Hampton Inn Spearfish
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 2001. Cut is half mile wide an 1500 feet deep.
From Lead took Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway north to Spearfish. Very scenic. Saw both Roughlock Falls and Bridal Veil Falls.
Ate at hotel and drove 15 miles east on Interstate 90 so Kathy could see Sturgis. This town of 6600 is famous for its Motorcycle Rally in early August. Currently it is a quiet and depressing place. Took a few pictures and went back to Spearfish.
... make the Black Hills so beautiful, to the sculptor's studio. It houses his tools and displays his rough drafts of the monument. As we left, it began drizzling and lightning began filling the sky. This is another thing I've noticed in my years if travel that makes the Hills unique. They get powerful thunderstorms and seem to get them every time I'm in town. Out of breath, we raced up the vertical path to the VC. While in the VC the rain cane down harder ...
... to see this amazing rock from some different viewpoints. After getting our National Parks passbook stamped and snapping some photos we ate lunch (yeah - no PB&J today as we bought cold cuts last night) and headed out at 12:30 pm. At the entrance to Devil's Tower we passed our last prairie dog town with the little critters perched right alongside the road. This is probably a good time to mention that we bought a stuffed prairie dog for Mattias ...
... was required to build around the sink hole. The site is an active archaeological site and the University of Wyoming utilizes it for training purposes for students of archaeology. It will take at least a 100 years to carefully uncover and categorize all the layers of well-preserved bones, but there is no rush. Its main purpose is to preserve the remains, as well as study them. Our first buffalo jump experience!
... where the resident herd had been driven a week earlier. Excited at seeing our first buffalo, I jumped out of the car and took my camera to within 10 yards of the grazing gargantuan. I know, I shouldn’t have take the risk, but the shot was worth it…in light of the fact that there was a 6 foot reinforced fence between us. That safety barrier still didn’t ease the qualms when one of the bulls gave me “stink eye” and ...