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Travel Blogs from Deadwood
... about it. Finally, we escaped into the city to actually see the sculptures! Phew!
As we walked along the street, looking at store fronts, restaurants, bars we noticed that several businesses still had the old neon sign for their business in place. One of these was a hobby shop that was jam packed with the stuff for every imaginable hobby or game old and new. Every city should have one of these stores. It made me long for ...
This morning we woke up to a whopping 34 degrees. Everything was
completely soaked from the morning dew. On the upside, the sun was out
in full swing this morning, which was much, much appreciated after a
chilly cold night.
Today, we would run into Sturgis for a little sightseeing and to buy
some clearanced Sturgis Rally clothing. It was warming ...
... of Mt Rushmore or Crazy Horse.
We passed several lovely water ways, the largest being a dam and then on through the Black Hills area until we came to Deadwood. Jim pointed out several things as we drove through and up to Tatanka. When we arrived we listed to a woman (Melissa Twocrow) telling us the history of the Latoka Indians which were known as the Sioux and we were given some interesting information on the importance of ...
... After taking photos of the engine, Cliff decided we would 'race' the train back to Hill City. The route of the train crosses the Old Hill City Road 19 times so we were able to make a couple of photo shoot stops on the way - much more fun than riding the train!
Today the temperature has not managed to get above 8°C and with the wind chill feels much cooler so we elected to stay in the trailer; we have a long drive tomorrow.
... hanging out of his mouth – we questioned whether or not he had been drinking! Unfortunately, the pic for this is also on my disposable camera, so no picture to show you yet. It was Cade’s night to pick where we ate supper and he had been waiting the whole trip to have his favorite…TACO BELL!! Three soft tacos and 1 hard taco later (Cade's dinner) and we were out of there. We followed Taco Bell with a ...