Holiday Inn Spearfish - Northern Black Hills
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Aaalinder stayed here on Aug 28, 2014 during their trip titled: Aaalinder's Great Adventure.
After busy days Saturday and Sunday had a relaxing day today. Only drove 100 miles. In the morning spent a little time in Custer who h is a picturesque little town of 2000. Got Kathy Black Hills t-shirt.
From Custer drove through northern Black Hills National Forest to Deadwood and Lead at the northern edge. Spend several hours in Deadwood …
... to the overflow area and we set up camp in the freshly mowed field. It was different from anywhere else we had stayed so we called it our Woodstock, broke out the beer and toasted to our hippie style camp! I guess the biker atmosphere brought out the rebel in us.
It was early evening so we decided to go into town and see what bike week in Sturgis was all about and pick up some souvenir shirts and hats to commemorate our walk on the wild side. ...
... became interested in conservation of the many beautiful natural resorts in the U.S. The ranger said that the National Parks' budget will be reduced by 5% each year during the next 10 years leaving the budget at half of what it is now, Many activities will have to be terminated and parks closed, which seems like a sad thing in this day and age. But maybe people should be ready to spend a little more money ...
... back to Sundance... and we did. It began with heavy rains, thunder and lightning and high winds... and then came the hail. Wind gusts to 60 miles per hour and quarter-sized hail, according to the National Weather Center. It pounded the Jeep, but there was no place to pull over- no trees along the road. Visibility became zero and we crawled along seeking some protection, while huge hailstones bounced all around us, trying to penetrate ...