Days Inn Lead
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... morning found us on our way to the Corn Palace. Even though the onion domes had been taken down as part of their renovation, the corn murals both inside and out were spectacular. Each ear of corn is cut in half lengthwise and then cut to fit the artist's description of where each color must be placed. The farmers who raise the different colors of corn do so very carefully in fields separated so that crosspollination does not occur. When you look at the pictures, try to enlarge ...
... 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 ...
... for beautiful fork). We're talking about the town being situated in the fork of the Belle Fourche River and Redwater River. It turns out that Belle Fourche sits geographically in the center of the nation once Hawaii became a state. We toured the Tri-State Museum (includes corners of South Dakota, Montana and Wyoming) which was wonderful. It included a two story log cabin built in 1876. Next, Grant ...
Devils Tower, Wyoming, as you may know, serves as the background setting for the film "Close Encounters of the Third Kind". The Tower is a most unusual geologic formation rising abruptly against the sky. In 1906 President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed Devils Tower the first national monument under the new Antiquities Act. Roosevelt acted to protect the Tower from commercial exploitation. The Tower rises 867 ...
Leaving Yellowstone through the East Entrance, you descend about 2000 feet to the valley, through a beautiful mountain pass...and then it's pretty much flat most of the way across Wyoming, with the exception of a very long 60-mile pass heading to the Northeast corner, toward Devil's Tower.
Our first stop on this leg was in Cody, Wyoming, named after Buffalo Bill Cody. Cody calls itself the "rodeo capitol of the world", though I can't vouch for that. We stopped at an ...