Holiday Inn Express Deadwood
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... are advertising, for twenty dollars I can get a thirty dollar meal, a buy one get one drink coupon, and some free play offers at the Gold dust casino around the corner. Win/win, a man has to eat, drink, and gamble after all. Shower and a change of clothes I’m off to a sirloin steak dinner with steamed broccoli and several craft beers. All coupons exchanged and I owe zero dollars for dinner and drinks, winning! I proceed to ...
Our first day! It was almost all uphill so we are at the elevation of 5300 feet! Our road kill total count is 26! We saw three snakes but I don't know if they were dead or alive! It was really hard to find shade so when we did it felt AMAZING!!!! We stopped in a town called Nemo to get some water and they had super nice horses! For one of our snack breaks we stopped at a river and ...
... park. We must have been on an elevated mesa of sorts. The vista that spread out before us - white jagged lines of rocks, clearly layered, but a funny sort of chalky grey/white. This first scene of the badlands was breathtaking - just like the Grand Canyon. We continued on to the campground and luckily found an available site. The tent went up easily. The skies were darkening even more and it started to rain, just as we finished. ...
... headed for Deadwood ..taking some scenic pics along the way. We stopped Boondocks...just a 50s diner, garage and 50s style amusements...old cars also for sale...interesting little place to stop. We got to Deadwood is a historic western town about lunchtime ... known for such characters like Wild Bill Hickock, Calamity Jane etc. it was destroyed at one time by fire ..so most of the ordinal buildings are gone ..and this is when the first of the ...
... miles an hour. It was also the most beautiful drive we've had since the famed Utah 21, at least in my book. Part of that was the land itself; it was less otherworldly than Zion, maybe, but that reality, I guess, made it more attractive. This was land that could be used - even the sides of the cliffs raised sheep and the mountains bred open range cattle. We like to think that we choose our roads, but the roads define us ...