Dakota Spur Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for the next 30 miles. The road was beautiful, and Jody and I were caught up in the scenic beauty. When that happens, I tend to pay less attention to my speed and slow down to gawk. The problem is that every time I slow down, this 18 wheeler logging truck looms in my rearview mirror. I speed up, and when we go up a hill, he drops back. When we go down a hill, he catches up and looms ever larger. I begin to feel like Dennis Weaver ...
... as the last one we got leaked - of course it was probably our own fault for discarding the inner hard liner, But before we went to Wally World, we may as well visit the infamous Sturgis. We were in the area and as it really is the Biker version of Mecca, we shouldn't leave without paying homage.
Sturgis is about what we expected since it wasn't Bike Week, but we did find a couple of t-shirt places open and ...
... entire distance without a bathroom break, and I wasn't going to get any good GoPro camera video footage if we had to constantly stop at every scenic overlook. So we made a command decision to ride continuously to the Fossil Trail area about 20 miles away with the GoPro recording the entire trip, Then we would turn around and get back to where we started with the GoPro recording the trip back in the other direction. It took about 30 ...
... on, scantily you could say. Guys dressed, well wired! But all great fun. No hostility anywhere, just welcoming from all we spoke to. Met a lovely couple from Dayton, Ohio, Bob and Belinda. We chatted for ages and exchanged contact details and hope to stay in touch. Stayed till closing, which was around 1:30-2am. Got a selfie with one of the characters from the TV show, Full Throttle, Fajita Mike. Glen was pleased as ...
While at Tatanka I saw the actual Tipis used in the film "Dancing with Wolves". To make a tipi, buffalo hides were soaked in the brains of the animal as a lubricant to make the fibers of the hide pliable after they dried. This is known as “brain-tanning.” Since there was no thread, native people sewed with “sinew,” or long fibers from muscles located close to the spine, ...