Travelodge Rapid City
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... we got the car, we went over to see Sturgis. The rally ended last week so it was very quiet, but still good to check it out. From there, we went over to Deadwood. We took a scenic byway along the Spearfish Canyon that was beautiful. It was interesting to see Deadwood, they had live shoot outs at different times throughout the day in different places on the Main Street. In fact, ...
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*We were in the park at breeding season, so a lot of males were with the herd. Male bison can tell by smell when a female is in heat. Matt explained that earlier when we saw the male buffalo drink the female's pee, he was taking in her scent. Buffalo have their sense of smell on the roof of their mouths. He was taking in her scent and gurgling it around so he could know when she was going to be in heat. ...
... no tents. The lady at the campground directs us to one where you can pitch a tent as this was only an RV campground, so we jump in the car and head 0.5 mile out of town towards this campground. We drive into it and knock on the reception door, however we had arrived at 7pm which was “out of hours” and they had left a phone number to call. Well… we don’t have a phone, so patience was wearing thin and we get back in the car and decide to ...
Today we took the free Hart Ranch bus to Deadwood Lodge for the free slot tournament, free lunch, etc. The bus company had sent a smaller bus and we were short a seat so Murray opted to follow us on the motorcycle. We had another wonderful time and at the end of the day, Murray and our friend Jon rode the bike home while Maryanna and I stayed on the bus. Unbeknownst to us, another rain storm ...
The best way to describe the whole layout would be the ancient symbol of Ouroboros, the snake eating its own tail. It reinvents itself - time and again - in a cyclical nature. That's how the lands of Custer State Park, Needles Highway, Black Hills, Crazy Horse and Mount Rushmore appear; one eats into the other in a massive circle of land. The state of my mind was altered enormously as I ventured into the mystic. It's important to realize that this compound is on ...