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Whew. It turned into a busy day. Headed to Spearfish Canyon. Beautiful canyon drive. It was Saturday so we joined the corvettes and Harley's on our canyon tour. Decided to get out and hike a bit. Picked a more difficult trail with views of the canyon. The '76. 3 miles round trip 1000 ft climb. OK. Note to self. 1. Bring more water. Altitude and the dry heat call for ...
This morning we packed up and headed for Spearfish, SD. We had some trouble finding a campsite because the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally was going on and every full hook up site within a hundred mile radius was booked. I called Chris Campground and they had an overflow field for dry camping so we took it. When we pulled into the campground it was chaos! The park was full to overflowing and there were bikes and people everywhere. They took us ...
... do that! The kids went climbing on some boulders on the way and were quite tired out by the time we finished the hike. They then got their junior ranger badges by working through their activities, and both are very happy about becoming junior rangers.
The whole place has some wow feeling to it, though the spirituality was ...
Terrible breakfast at the hotel so we jumped on Sean's bike and headed off to meet Kaz. She has a group of 50, (1 kiwi and 49 Aussie's on a Heavy Metal Tour). They were given directions and headed off.
We followed Kaz and after breakfast at Keystone; did Rushmore; around Custer State Park and then we met up with Jo & Goldie in Custer. We saw Buffalo; Prong Horn Deer and Rocky Mountain Sheep up close - fantastic in the open range parks. The Custer State Park is 72,000 acres so ...
... We survived, and next day dawned to inform us of the arrival of our new grandchild Jude, who could not have realised how close he was to having two less grandparents. Getting out of the wilderness was tricky since the tracks were now all under water, but we finally arrived in Deadwood City…home of the Stagecoach, Calamity Jayne, and Wild Bill Hickock. All the history is nicely done, and from here we have an uninteresting 1000 miles, as we close in on Nova Scotia and ...