Days Inn Sturgis
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... a quick trip for more Steaks we rested at the cabins waiting for Donny & Jackies arrival. Once everyone was present we again had a BBQ & invited George our fellow biker from Pensilvania to join us (he is the guy from the hangover) we had a right blast & again joined everyone for drinks and chatted way into the night. This time we avoided shots but when late evening came the ice creme came out again coupled with crisps for ...
... a neat little spot to see what is left of the history of this gold rush town. Visited the location of Saloon #10, where Wild Bill Hickok was killed, as well as, the current location of said bar, where his 'death chair' is currently located. A mile further down the line brought us to the town of Lead and its famous mine...err...big hole in the ground and it's long history of mining that included 41 million ounces of gold and 9 ...
... area of wherever we have gone. Sea
World etc... we have parked a long walk which we don't mind too much
unless it's a super hot and long day. The exercise does us good. But
today, we parked about 10 metres from the walkway into the Monument
and that was awesome. Mount Rushmore itself was interesting. It's not
finished because the artist died, the finished model has lapels on
the presidents etc... But the iconic look that has been there ...
... later blasted out of Cooke City heading toward the Beartooth with a full tank of pent up energy.
In the crisp early morning, with little traffic and crystal blue sky the Beartooth was one of the great motorcycle rides. It wasn't as epic as we had found some Alps roads and perhaps not as exotic as some of the mountain roads in Morocco, but as mountain roads go it was world class and all class. We swept up to the base of ...
If you've been, you'll know. National Historic Monuments are usually free; it's the parking that gets you! We're told the parking fee at Mt. Rushmore is $11 but there must be a way around that. And there is.....tour by helicopter! A 30 minute guided, up-close & personal tour of Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, the Pigtail Canyon, a wild buffalo herd & more with free parking & a kennel for the dog! Lynn is ...