Town Hall Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... so we stop and check it out. The prairie dogs are much bolder in Devils Tower, they come right up very close, and are not very skittish at all. We stayed a while and took lots of pictures - also trying to put some distance between us and the French speaking tour bus.
Finally we arrived at the Devils Tower monument itself. Since it's only a National Monument, and not a National Park, there is no 20 minute movie, so ...
... the elevation on the Garmin, and we are at about 4800 ft. On the way to Deadwood, at the top of the mountain, it read 6190 ft. They were having a bicycle rally this morning also, and all the cyclists were pedaling there way from 4800 ft to 6190 ft as they rode to the top of the mountain. It made me tired just to watch.
We got back from our morning adventure about 1:00 and decided that it would be just the ...
... from he left side (right side was facing the cliff) and rolled the bike downhill several feet before having Jody get back on. There was no real danger, but if in the course of mounting the bike we had tipped over to the right, we would have gone over the cliff. Needless to say, lesson learned, I paid much more attention to where I was before letting down the kickstand.
The second incident happened when we stopped again on the side of ...
... humans a long time ago. Traffic jam as people stopped and then there were donkeys everywhere. No pictures, too dangerous with all the tourists. Wanted to ride to Montana but the road went from Great concrete to gravel with no warning. Was to tired to deal with miles of gravel so turned around and went for lunch in Custer, SD. Which by the way, was the site of where the first gold was discovered in the black hills. After spending 3 hours in the ...
... 000 to 10,000 people, mostly men. By the summer of 1876, western legends Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane had made their way into the mining camp.
For lunch I ate at Midnight Jack, which is owned by Kevin Costner. Throughout the place there is memorabilia from all his movies. Then we traveled almost 200 miles to Sheridan, Wyoming. Looks like the town still enforces the Blue Laws because all the stores were ...