Dakota Spur Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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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 ...
Today we traversed, in reverse, a section of the Oregon Trail visiting historic Fort Caspar along the way. Motor coached over 400 miles in eight hours through cattle & sheep country as well as seeing Wyoming's vast energy resources...oil fields, natural gas wells, electric generation plants and wind farms all with herds of pronghorn antelope grazing among them. The long day was rewarded with a ...
... Rushmore which apart from the fantastic carvings is an utter tourist trap, and its neighbouring town of Keystone is a vile testament to commercial exploitation (bit strong eh).
But with all this excitement we had forgotten the prime purpose of our sojourn into the Black Hills of Dakota…and that was to leverage the price of stock in Cranleigh Consolidated Gold Fields. This required a 20 mile drive not even on luxurious dirt to a small creek which ...