Travelodge of Spearfish
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... structures can be built. The oil wells themselves hum steadily along and, in my opinion, do not degrade the environment. After all, there is plenty of free space in North Dakota. I attach some photos so you can form your own opinion.
I put up my tent in the Juniper camp in the TRNP (North Unit). In the evening in the amphiteatre a young ranger gave a 1 hour long speech about Theodore Roosevelt and ...
... and Roosevelt will preside over this mountainside forever.
Leaving Mt.Rushmore, we stopped in Deadwood, famous wild west mining town. Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane are buried in the town’s cemetery. Deadwood is now a tourist mecca and home to over a hundred gambling establishments, both small and quaint and large and modern. We take advantage of the all you can eat buffet, lose some money and head off down the road to find ...
... in on the fulfillment of vows, celebrations, socializing, horse racing, competing, courting and trading.
Melissa taught us about the medicine wheel as a sacred symbol used by the Plains tribes. The directions in the wheel are associated with sacred colours often representing the four colours of man: Red (south - warmth, happiness and generosity); Black (west - respect of others); White (north - promotes endurance); and Yellow (east - star of wisdom and new ...
... of the fish hatchery. However, now the actual fish hatchery has moved to another site but the local council decided to take on the site and keep it as a piece of history. The hatchery is near the city park, so we decided to cook dinner before finding a site for the night. After dinner we headed to McD's for an ice cream sundae and then headed to another park, a bit more quiet than the city park and parked up for ...
... had been haggling, we accepted.
LK: After prolonged attempts at seat adjustments, we were off on the open road, first stop Walmart. Armed with the cheapest tent and sleeping bags we could buy, as well as a bumper packet of beef jerky, we started our big adventure. Two hours later we were in Cheyenne. [We will now be assuming that all of you have seen the three HBO series of “Deadwood” and will know that we were disappointed not to come across ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed