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... tourist trap? Absolutely.
But hey, it's vacation. It's the right time to drop $10 for a silly tour of a tilted house.
If you are like me and need to know how the magician does his tricks, this article gives some insight to how the mystery house creates that mystery.
... due to a rescue mission. We found out later a young girl fell off the cliff:( :( So sad and scary. Yesterday we went into Livingston and played some golf-- well Alex did because I don't really know what I'm doing yet! It was fun going because I could actually see the game being played and it was a very nice course! We ate lunch at Montana's Rib and Chop house. Such great food! Later we went on a trail ride at Chico Hot Springs. I love going on horse rides ...
A few nights ago we were woken about midnight by a ranger knocking on the van: "We're closing the campground because a bear has been seen, you don't have to leave but we recommend you go to the other camp 3 miles along the road" Actually we weren't totally surprised becasue when we'd arrived at the camp we'd been told a mother bear had broken into a car the previous night, then as we were cooking dinner the neighbour pointed out the HUGE ...
... of beer from two fully loaded semi trucks. As no one wanted a Sturgis souvenir t-shirt or tattoo we kept on driving towards Deadwood. Deadwood is another tourist focused town. It has some very old history and has maintained some of the old fashioned feel. Problem is it is a big gambling town. We saw a sign that bragged that Deadwood paid out $85 million in winnings last year. Well if that little town paid out that much you know they kept way more, ...
... promise to the kids, ice cream after the photo shoot. The kids indulged on strawberry ice cream sundaes that were bigger then their faces, and way bigger than they could ever eat! It was a blast seeing the look on their faces, full of excitement!
The day ended with fulfilling the boys dream of going to see the dinosaur that overlooked Rapid City. Wherever we went in the city, they could see the huge Brontosaurus, standing 80 feet tall ...