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... where plains meet mountain, so we had lovely views of the Black Hills of South Dakota covered in ponderosa pine and also the vast sweeping expanse of prairie. The landscape is soft and undulating - all colours of pale green and gold - like a rich tapestry you could reach out and touch - only you couldn't because there is just so much of it!
At Wind Cave, Ranger Rick treated us to an enthusiastic hour and a half long exploration - the Natural Entrance Tour. ...
... words how honored we were to accompany them on the trip. It was a true testament to marriage vows to see how much love they have for each other and how wonderful Steve is with whatever wish or request she asked for. Please count your blessings and tell whomever you care for how much you love them. Words go a long way. Will post tomorrow at next stop. We don't have any hotels booked for the way home so wherever and however far we get is what we will do. Until ...
... flags from every state.
On Saturday we went to Deadwood and saw lots of casinos and historic buildings. The whole town in on the National Historic Register! Gold was the reason Deadwood was born. The Homestake Mine operated for more than 126 years closing in 2002. There is a stream flowing in the middle of town between buildings so maybe there's still some gold around!
After leaving Deadwood we rode through Sturgis which is the home ...
... a laser light show of Crazy Horse's story and the story of the memorial as well, which was fun to see. Afterwards, the blasts went off - these are, according to their website, spectacular ceremonial blasts that light up the mountain with incredible fireballs and specially designed pyrotechnical features. I couldn't get any good photos of it but it was really neat to watch and I'mglad we were able to view it and happen to visit the memorial on such a special day!
... out of the lake, seemingly cooling itself from the warmer days as people fish and hike. There is an awful lot of charred spikes and dead bodies of logs from a previous fire throughout the entire land mass. Interesting juxtaposition the way nature can be murderous and beautiful simultaneously.
Thick dark pines blanket the Black Hills, shading everything in their midst. Black Hills Burger & Bun Co. is what I'll remember the most, because I was ...