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The day started with a planned Pickleball game at 8:00 am with our friends Vivian and Jerry Sullivan. The good players have been thinning out as people continue their travels and leave Hart Ranch. But we have enjoyed the PB here and the new friendships that we have made. I'm listing some of the names in case I have a senior moment: Vivian & Jerry, John & Maryanna, Jan & Bob, Helen & Roy, ...
... currently in the park directories. They did indeed have openings, so we're here for four nights so that we can see Custer State Park, Mount Rushmore, etc.
Nancy wants to take a day trip up to Sturgis just to see it. Although the rally doesn't officially begin until 04 Aug, we saw hundreds and hundreds of bikes on the Interstate and in downtown Hill City as we passed through on the way to the ...
... br> We headed back to Deadwood in some of the coldest and
hardest rain I have seen, the storm came over a mountain and caught Carl and I
unaware so with no time to get wet weather gear on we got hit and by the time
we got to deadwood we were freezing. That was resolved with a couple of
beverages and dinner.
Another day around Deadwood and surrounds tomorrow.
... like a back to the 50's place. It's ok. In Deadwood and Lead it was raining. It started to hail on the way to Hill City. Our motel tonight was the Spring Creek Inn. Had supper and a show at the Circle B Chuck Wagon Show. Tom was burning a lot of fuel so a different carb. on and the some back firing problems started. Tried different coil still same problem. Going to try another carb. tomorrow morning. Off to bed we ...
... tell Greg wasn't happy about the government shut down still. I asked where we were going and he said straight to Breckenridge. He didn't want to but I was actually pretty excited aside from cutting our road trip short. We drove through Wyoming into Colorado. Wyoming was very boring. I couldn't imagine living out in the middle of nowhere. I asked Greg so many questions "How do they go to school?" Very few roads and a ranch/house every 10-15miles ...