Dakota Spur Hotel
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... Mitchell, SD, home of the one and only Corn Palace. Gas in Murdo was $3.45/gal. At about 2:00PM we stopped for lunch in Chamberlain, SD at Taco John's. Haven't eaten there for quite some time and wanted to change things up a bit. Got to Mitchell about 4:00PM and stopped for groceries at good ole Wal-Mart again. Hooked up at the Rondee Campground, kicked back with a beer and wine. Settled in for the night after having dinner and playing a couple of games of cribbage.
... vehicle, do so and clear the way for others, don't just sit there and turn a freeway into a two lane parking lot. Bloody tourists.
We passed through Rapid City then Sturgis, noticing how many bikers there were even though the biker rally isn't for another month or so and before too long we wound our way back through the Black hills to Deadwood. We didn't settle in though, our destination was about 3 miles the other side of Deadwood, the not as tiny as ...
Happy Birthday Donna!
We left the Badlands this morning and made one last hike on the "CIiff Shelf" Trail so we could see the end of the "Notch" where we were the day before. It is a good height distance between the two trails.
On the way to the Hisega Lodge B&B we stopped at Ellsworth AFB to see a good friend of ours Lt Armand Olgun who is a Weapon Systems Operator on the B-1 bomber. He gave us a tour of ...
... expert climbers use to ascend the Tower. For the non-climber, there are several trails encircling the Tower.
Sundance, Wyoming. Yes, the "Sundance Kid" did get his name here! The Sundance Kid (his partner in crime was Butch Cassidy) spent 18 months in the Crook County Jail for armed robbery.
He escaped from jail and, with Butch, fled to South America. It is unknown how their lives ended.
... lived short and very brutal lives, at least the infamous ones.
Looking for something to break up the boredom of the long drive across Wyoming, we came across this place called Castle Gardens. It's an ancient petroglyph site, where some massive and very interesting rock formations rise seemingly out of the middle of nowhere, in the middle of Wyoming. See some great pics below. We never found the petroglyphs, but we had a great time, and it felt like a very ...