Town Hall Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After lunch, we headed for the Dakota Discovery Museum located on the campus of Dakota Wesleyan University. The docent was very knowledgeable and helpful especially to a young man and his grandmother who is taking him to various places in the U.S. It was neat to see the two of them and really neat to realize the grandson was truly interested in what he was seeing. Back at the campground I used the wifi in the office as the signal was not strong enough at the campsites. ...
... We got some free tourist info, parked near the historic precinct and went for a walk. We took in a free gunfight show in front of the historic Franklin hotel before meandering to the "No.10 Saloon" to see Wild Bill Hickock meet his maker. It was all good fun, and he wasn't too badly hurt by that slug to the head as I got a pic of him and I together as well as a nice one with me and a waitress/bargirl/floozy before we headed back to the hotel for the night.
Happy Birthday Donna!
We left the Badlands this morning and made one last hike on the "CIiff Shelf" Trail so we could see the end of the "Notch" where we were the day before. It is a good height distance between the two trails.
On the way to the Hisega Lodge B&B we stopped at Ellsworth AFB to see a good friend of ours Lt Armand Olgun who is a Weapon Systems Operator on the B-1 bomber. He gave us a tour of ...
... for the men to raise Old Glory upon reaching the top. The wives operated a refreshment stand and sold pieces of the flag as souvenirs. The Tower became a Fourth of July meeting place for families from area ranches. Approximately 5,000 climbers from all over the world come to climb the Tower's massive columns. A Park Ranger presented a talk to many of the visitors while we were there, describing the ...
... he spent the next 13 years of his life killing every Crow he could find, and eating their livers. Also, we heard the story of Belle Drewry, Blind Bill, and W.A. Gallagher. Basically, Belle started dating Gallagher, then flirted with a man named Wheaton. Wheaton killed Gallagher. Blind Bill killed Wheaton, and then Belle was killed by an unknown assassin a couple years later, after she shot a cowboy leader who got a little too wild at one of her parties. The people of the Wild ...