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... and we washed them down with a thick chocolate shake - all low cal, of course. The Boondocks stop has a 50's and 60's feel and the gift shop was loaded with such collectibles. As we're seeing everywhere else, there were númerous tents set up selling everything from leather goods to Sturgis souvenirs. We continued through Deadwood and all I could ...
... children. It was as good as it sounds.
We had read that nearby Lead was a better maintained version of the same sort of thing so we decided to drive out there a few miles and see if it was any good. It wasn’t. There were roadworks so half of the place was blocked. The novelty of seeing the American houses and neighbourhoods still hasn’t quite worn off so it wasn’t a totally wasted journey. Plus we got to sit in the car and watch builders watch us whilst ...
... seen: deer, elk, moose, cows, steers, goats, buffalo, camels (off the highway in Wyoming?) alpacas, wild turkeys, and as we were leaving the memorial last night a mountain goat that reminded me of the puppet show in the Sound of Music!
We arrived in Hill City SD at around 5pm and went to a place I found on Trip Advisor that had excellent reviews of their reasonably priced steak dinners. The Alpine Inn is ...
... are quite scenic. In ME we would call these Mountains... Many areas of the forest have been impacted by a Pine beetle leaving large areas of the forest devastated. The Forest Service has many crews cutting and piling the pines.
We drove past Mt Rushmore where we stopped briefly and took some photos . The views were spectacular with blue sky and cumulus clouds as a backdrop.
We arrived in Custer State Park in the late afternoon ...
First thing this morning after leaving the RV park, we stopped at an old Cowboy Town in Buffalo Ridge, SD. It was run by a retired High School History teacher and boy did he know the history of the area. We talked to him for quite a while before actually going into the town. It had a bunch of old buildings with historic items inside pertaining to that building, like the Barber Shop which also doubled as a dentist (mostly ...