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... 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 ...
... to be empty, but nothing was touched. Earlier, Paul had hit the remote to be sure the car was locked. He must have pressed the trunk-opening button accidentally. It was funny after all turned out ok.
On to the Badlands National Park. We arrived around 5:00 PM. The skies were darkening into the shade of a storm. We pulled into the first parking area for a vista. I was stunned. You don't see the lay of the land when you first come ...
... as Route 34, still traipsing through the same hill. The thread of that road connected our drive to the history of Ella Valentine and the other proto-Striplings in my dad's historical investigation. It turns out we were often on the wrong side of history, as Jordan was quick to point out. Always fighting with the conquerors and then turning to the ministry. We're a conflicted people. But as those stories bled into stories ...
The Kemps & Chapman's went to Deadwood, SD for breakfast and watched the '76ers parade.
Came back to Spearfish and Bob worked on lawnmowers and the yard.
I caught/shot a photo of 10 Turkeys coming home from dinner tonight.
Jean & I are going to Merle Haggard tonight at the Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel & Casino.
Check out Bob working and the Turkeys.
The Jopke's should be in about noon ...
Deadwood ...... a real wild west town
It had Gold, Cowboys, Indians, Gunfights, shoot em ups
Sounds a bit like my last birthday party ??
We travelled here today from Rapid City via Sturgis ( 1.5 hrs)
The town called LEAD on the map got its name from the Gold rush days - Lead ( as in - lead a horse to water ) is a term used in gold mining when a vein of gold is found