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... t think any of us were prepared for the craziness we found in Sturgis. I have never seen more bikes in any one place in my life! This tiny little town in South Dakota had been transformed into a circus of bikes, bad boys and babes! We saw bare chested women that had painted their bodies and others with pasties and fishnet ponchos. The men had hair growing out of everywhere but their heads and beer bellies hanging freely over their massive belt ...
... staying in the parks; today it's very cheap to spend the night, typically $10. On Sunday I explored the park itself and found the vistas just breathtaking - it's a pity so few people are there to see the park for themselves.
The next day I drove along Highway 83 to the South Unit of the park and stayed at the Medore Campground. In the evening I went to the Medora Musical nearby. The program began with ...
... roof, and leaving the Jeep hood a mass of small dents. In no time the road was paved shoulder-to-shoulder with ice and we crept ahead in 4-wheel drive. Lacey was a true trooper and, though her heart was pounding, she sat up and stared at nature run amok... Lacey, Pioneer Dog! We finally came to the I-90 overpass outside Sundance and crept in among a mass of vehicles seeking shelter, and stayed there for 30 minutes. Many locals said ...
We find the Rod and Gun Campground in Spearfish Canyon, outside of the town of Spearfish. The canyon is another beautiful part of the Black Hills, even Frank Lloyd Wright was captivated by it’s “uniqueness”. The national forest campsite was spartan, but quiet with only three other campsites being occupied. Dark came early in this deep canyon, which was fine with us. It has been a day full of spectacular sights and ...
... to Deadwood. It was a surprisingly awesome route, with sweeping curves and nice scenery.
After another quick stop in Deadwood, we headed south on 385 the six miles to Wild Bill's campground, where we will be basing out of for the next three nights. This is where we are also meeting up with the other NGW club members, and will be doing group rides together.
After everyone in the club showed up, ...