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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... sprawl. A very welcoming town. We really like it here…and we had some excellent
pizza at the Dough Peddler.. Dan bought a pair of hiking boots he is still moaning
about ( $$$$ ).Yes… the town was inspiring, I caught Dan, on camera, putting a donation in the box at the fish hatchery. (He deleted the incriminating evidence...Sorry!)
Off to Sheridan, WY tomorrow, and on to Yellowstone's East entry point.
... like it. It was like a humongous never ending biker flea market dotted with saloons and restaurants. There was every kind of motorcycle imaginable including some very unique custom bikes. They had closed off Main Street and it was jammed with parked bikes on the road - not to mention the interesting people we saw meandering the streets. It certainly was an experience not to be forgotten. We wished that we had brought our Spyder Can Am with us. There ...
... 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 ...
... a number of years ago when he filmed the movie "Deadwood" here. Cosner also owns Diamond Lil's Bar and Grill (where we had lunch today).
We can't believe we are already tired of "eating out". It also gets a little expensive and Keith is full of salads. When we get to Missoula, Bryant, Priya and Beth can cook for us!
Tomorrow we begin our 10 hour journey to Missoula!
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 ...