The Crow Peak Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Limited-stakes gaming was legalized in 1989 and a portion of every dollar goes toward preserving Deadwood' s architectural heritage. Saw a re-enactment of Wild Bill Hickok' s killing in one of the saloons.
Went to Mt Moriah Cemetery which is at top of canyon to see graves of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane.
Drove to neighboring mile high town of Lead. Saw the Homestake Mining Open Cut Gold Mine which stopped ...
... Yellowstone it is big and does have lots of animals to see, and we got close up to bears, bison, and wolves, although Janet never actually stroked them as she did in Alaska. Finally in Yellowstone after asking dozens of Rangers and ancillaries what the name of the Ranger in Yogi bear was we found one who actually knew him. She said he was called Bubu….Americans…..pah. Correct answers will go into a draw for 2 weeks holiday in Tokyo.
Now we are in ...
Don't know if we will hit the internet for awhile so we are posting at noonish while we're here. Set out of Sheridan Lake and saw spectacular scenery, a couple deer, beautiful lakes on our way to Deadwood and Spearfish. Took the Spearfish Canyon road to the Spearfish Lodge for breakfast. Spearfish falls were fantstic. Then to Roughlock Falls, and finally the Bridal Veil Falls. Very much worth the ...
... lived short and very brutal lives, at least the infamous ones.
Looking for something to break up the boredom of the long drive across Wyoming, we came across this place called Castle Gardens. It's an ancient petroglyph site, where some massive and very interesting rock formations rise seemingly out of the middle of nowhere, in the middle of Wyoming. See some great pics below. We never found the petroglyphs, but we had a great time, and it felt like a very ...
Bob Kemp, Jim Hess, Jim Johnson & Leon Chapman played in a charity Hospice tournament at Spearfish Country Club. It was a 4 man scramble, but we had to use 2 drives from each player. We got really hot and shot a 60 and won the tournament by 3 shots.
The picture shows the winners.
I have added the score card