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The drive from Custer through Hill City, Deadwood and Sturgis to Spearfish via
SD385 was very scenic.
Leaving the Black Hills of dark granite/iron rock cliffs,
we rolled through Hill City and on into Deadwood nestled in a steep valley.
Deadwood is a classic late 1800’s gold mining town that has several casinos
keeping the tourists coming and the town bustling. The mountains became rolling
... on Friday evening on main street of all the Bikes.
The 2014 Indian motorcycle was introduced after many years of non-production. They were giving free drives of their bikes. They looked pretty nice.
I also toured the Lehman Trike factory in Spearfish, SD that makes / converts a motorcycle to a 3 wheeler. They convert bikes for about 5 or 6 major manufacturers of bikes.
Anyway, enjoy the bike pictures.
... The influx of money means that employment is rapidly growing, Minot will soon reach 50,000 inhabitants, and 11 new hotels have been built just in the past year. The downside is that the infrastructure is not ready yet: there is plenty of temporary housing, many new roads are not yet paved, huge oil trucks fill up the little country roads etc. But that is hopefully a temporary phenomenon, until ...
... back to Sundance... and we did. It began with heavy rains, thunder and lightning and high winds... and then came the hail. Wind gusts to 60 miles per hour and quarter-sized hail, according to the National Weather Center. It pounded the Jeep, but there was no place to pull over- no trees along the road. Visibility became zero and we crawled along seeking some protection, while huge hailstones bounced all around us, trying to penetrate ...
... displays of Indian artifacts, live Indian craftspeople and interesting information on the monuments construction make this a worthwhile stop.
The drive to the Mt. Rushmore National Monument takes you through the heart of the Black Hills. The terrain changes with the elevation, from mesquite to pine trees. The monument was finished in 1961, but the supporting facilities have progressively improved. The displays describing the ...