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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... their love of poker runs. We saw more tattoos and piercing's than you would at a Texas cattle ranch during a branding and castration roundup! I felt as though I was an intruding earthling that had just landed on the alien planet of Pandora! Every kind of bike you could imagine was there. The roar of their engines filled the night air and you could feel the momentum of the yearly ritual building by the hour. With souvenirs in hand we weaved our way ...
... dried out most of the Badlands quickly, although some muddy spots remained. As we climbed into the hills near Rapid City the sun still dominated, but I could see clouds to the northwest. The temp took a dose dive as we ascended into the mountains and as cloud cover increased . During and after the thunderstorm that hit in the early evening, temps were in the 50's where they remain tonight. The roof on the tent failed us last night. I love our Coleman 12x10 ...
... made a few promises so we will see if he delivers. the band which was with him, Rowdy Johnson Band came and gave us a copy of there CD, so that was rather nice. I haven't heard it yet.
Met with Julie, Karl and Vicki who were back from their ride for a drink in the bar and to compare notes of the days activities.
Walked into the town and hit a couple of the bars - left a midnight as very tired and the mile walk back was all we needed to ensure we had a good night sleeps.
... passed the Crazy Horse sculpture, and through the classic western towns of Deadwood and Lead. However, one constant on this trip is that it is taking longer to get places then we had planned - likely due to us pulling a 1800 pound camper. So we opted for the highway, leaving South Dakota at around 10 am, passing the motorcycle Mecca of Sturgis enroute. Next stop was Devils Tower in Wyoming. We took the back way in through Hulett which gave us ...
... cart track where Alex raced the other tourists, then we plays putt putt. I lost $4 in the casino while Alex played in the arcade. I have minimalized our visit, but it was actually historically significant. We saw the spot where Wild Bill Hickock was shot in the back. Also, calamity Jane was buried up the hill. I did some laundry, we watched a snow board movie, and that was about ...