Holiday Inn Spearfish - Northern Black Hills
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... 2. Walking sticks! For those downhills. 3. My actual backpack with the waist straps. My shoulders aren't what they used to be. All that considered well worth the hike
Stopped at a Native American juried art festival. Beautiful beadwork and paintings.
The puppies were happy and exhausted from their day so we decided to go for it and see Mount Rushmore before ...
... 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. ...
... sooo goood!!)
Following morning, Dave and Tony arrive on their motorbikes. Was great to have them join us for a couple of days. Ed, Dave and Tony decide to go down and check out what's going on downtown. Arrival time back at camp 2.30am. Peck and I opted to have a quiet night at home.
Saturday, and it is time to visit the Full Throttle Saloon again, for the night. Good night was had by all. Sunday, Dave lends us the Harleys, so Peck, Ed and I go for a ride through ...
... roadway. Hundreds of bikes everywhere.
We stopped in Deadwood and walked around a little and had dinner at Hickock's restaurant.
Mileage Tank Miles Total Gallons MPG Gas Cost Cost Per Mile
943.6 145.6 51,002.6 3.67 39.67 $14.62 $0.10
1,111.1 167.5 51,170.1 3.86 43.39 $16.20 $0.10
261.6 total miles for today
Sorry I didn't publish anything last night- I was reading a book on anti-gravity and I couldn't put it down.
Spending a few nights in Sundance, WY, home of Harry Longabaugh who took the moniker "The Sundance Kid". He got in trouble here and was arrested and jailed in the early 1880's. When released after 2 years he met up with Robert Leroy Parker, alias "Butch Cassidy", who, ...