- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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In my lengthy travels of over 2800 miles through 13 states and a multitude of terrains so far, I have been forced to face one of my very worst fears:
Slimy, slithering, sliding, slippery snakes have at times lined the road before and beneath my wheels so thoroughly as to make it near impossible for me to pass without running them over like scary, little speed bumps. I've on ...
... there you are before the POTUS's. Washington, who came up with the policy of Indian Removal; Jefferson, who preferred cultural extrication to physical genocide; Roosevelt who thought all non-whites were inferior; and Lincoln who shared these beliefs and who made time during the busy Civil War to send troops against the Plains tribes. There they are carved into a rock that makes up the Hills that the Sioux and Cheyenne considered the place one's spirit goes ...
... bling for Chester's Indian in his inventory in Maine. They exchange addresses and Mark will be sending Chester a dream catcher fender tip. Chester has been looking for this fender tip for years. What a fantastically small world. We press on another 100 miles through the Rosebud Reservation and pull into a Super 8 along highway 18 in SD. Its 7:00, we've crossed into the next time zone. Only 300 miles to the Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing plant at Sprit Lake, ...
... you came across that was different to the rest.
We met up with Goldie and Jo who we rode with 5 years ago for about 5 weeks - the bonus was that Kaz (our tour guide) was here as well, so it was a real reunion and of course, had to happen in One Eyed Jack's bar. We certainly missed Jay who was the only one who could not make it back.
Karl, Vicki and Julie joined us and then hit the shops again - it appears that Karl is a ...
... 8220;I felt lost, but my friends needed me, so did the fire department.” He brightened up. “It’s great to be needed,” he said, “It brought meaning back into my life.”
We were talking as old friends, and we both recognized it. The fire truck on which he served much of his career was a ladder version of a pumper I restored several years ago and that was good for 10 minutes as ...