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Travel Blogs from Deadwood
... huge, spanning several blocks. We took pictures with the Jackalope and giant Hare, bought the obligatory key chain, and were on our way.
We passed the Badlands to our south, unfortunately not having time to explore. It is a unique landscape of exposed rock in the midst of endless grasslands. The Badlands contain some of the world’s oldest fossils. Maybe next time. You’ll have to Google it for yourself in the meantime.
... in main street which they had multiple performers while we ate dinner.
BJ Thomas performed on mainstreet tonight. They had about 4 blocks blocked off for spectator seats up and down the 4 blocks in front of the stage.
... oh SH!T … they’d better be on the bus.
Shops attended to … then back to the hotel to grab our luggage – yep we were up to late and missed the bag pull – then outside to the bus. "Jim, you wouldn’t have by any chance found a pair of sunglasses?" I asked. “Black case?” he answered. “YES !!” great relief.
Apparently it is a ...
... We're not sure how six houses and a Community Hall constitue a city, but the area is very pretty, with Deer Creek running through it. There are a couple of trails in the woods beside the campsite so we went for a walk along part of the 111 mile Centennial Trail. This trail was created to mark the 100th anniversary of South Dakota statehood, and show the diversity of the area.
On Tuesday we went to Hill City to see ...
Bob, Jean & Chap went to Deadwood, SD and played their golf course -- Tomahawk.
Take a look at the pictures & the tee markers.
Bob got into a little trouble with a creek.
We had a famous Road hole to deal with.
We thought we saw some animal tracks on one tee box.
The scenary is really nice at Tomahawk.
Hope you enjoy!