First Gold Hotel
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... a little. An older couple makes small talk about the rain and the wind, he feels bad about spraying me earlier as he passed me on the highway. I assured him at that point it certainly didn’t matter. The vast grasslands of South Dakota are my first glimpse of what the next few days views will bring. It’s windy, gusty, but warm as I ride toward my home for the night, Deadwood, SD. I take in the landscape as Iride; ...
... and smokers and drinkers). Early day “celebrities” included the likes of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. We found our way to Saloon #10 – the exact location that Wild Bill Hickok was to have been gunned down over a poker hand. We were advised we could even see Wild Bill be gunned down at 1:00 and 3:00 the following day. A few hours later Maeve asked us if he died each time they showed him being gunned down and if there was blood. Not sure ...
Tuesday 9th July. – Fishnfry Campground just outside Deadwood.
Went to Cave National park. – nothing as good as the rest we have seen.
Travelled approximately 40 miles north east to Fishnfry Campground just outside Deadwood. Had a look at down town Deadwood in the arvy. Deadwood is an old western town with bulidings to ...
... is brought back to full beauty. Custer State Park has the world's largest herd of free-running bison, and we were not disappointed. We passed a small camping ground which was surrounded by large bull bison. Further down the road, we saw a lot of cow and calf bison. At around 11:30 a.m., Paul dropped us off at Mt. Rushmore. It was amazing to see the stunning granite faces of Washington, ...
... up the track. We had been passed and showered with dust and rocks by about 10 cars at this point and our spirits were starting to wane, I was starting to have many thoughts about this road in my head and there was a lot of swearing going on. It was at this point Glen asked me, "hey Cliffy is that a semi coming up fast behind us??" And that it was, as we quickly turned off the road into the soft gravel he flew past killing our last bit of hope!!! We saw ...