Holiday Inn Express Deadwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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... swims upstream! I was so excited.
From Spearfish we went straight back to Nemo. Caught up with Big Mama and Gary once more. BBQ’d out at the front of the house for dinner. It did not rain, fortunately. The sky was lit with stars and moon. It was cold. Big Mama said it’s been more than 10 years since she got to enjoy the night out with BBQ and dinner. We had the cross-cultural chats. She immensely enjoyed herself, she said. So did I. ...
... on. I have a bison hot dog and a beer, buy a post card to send home to Cari and grab a free sticker. I write out the first post card I’ll be sending home, drop it in the mailbox and instantly realize I didn’t address it. I arrive in historic Deadwood, SD sun setting behind the evergreen covered hills. I check into the newest hotel in town, The Gold Dust hotel and Casino. I inquire about a twenty dollar coupon ...
Thursday, August 21 started as a lazy morning. Since we were so close to Mt. Rushmore and the Badlands, we decided to take the advice of several folks and stop at the Devil's Tower first. What an unbelievable rock formation that just seems to rise out of nowhere and is very imposing. The pictures do not do it justice. If any of you are in the area, do not miss this sight.
After leaving the Devil's Tower about 2:15PM, we headed for our next stop, Mt. Rushmore. We crossed ...
... understood it was a reenactment. We all found it funny that the girls had their first experience of being kicked out of a bar tonight. We were “bounced” by a very polite young man who advised it was time to clear the bar of all children. For good reason I’m sure considering the clientele. Deadwood was a bit of a disappointment from what we were expecting. We envisioned and old “wild west” town full of history. It is really just ...
... we went next door to an incredible store called Prairie Winds - full of art, books, and souvenirs. Previously, just when we arrived in Rapid City, we happened to go into the Dakota Drum Store which was right in front of our car. The couple who owned the small shop were really nice. It turns out the woman has a cousin in State College who owns a hair salon. She gave us the name of the salon and we will look her up.