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... right? As can fan belts, tie straps, old stockings, leather belts, shoe laces, black ropes, weather stripping, water hoses, windshield wipers, tree branches, car moldings, rubber boots, power cords, electrical tape, trash bags, etc. And tar, when they pour it to fill in the cracks in the road? That really looks like snakes.
So, I guess I will have to reluctantly admit that maybe I ...
... make the Black Hills so beautiful, to the sculptor's studio. It houses his tools and displays his rough drafts of the monument. As we left, it began drizzling and lightning began filling the sky. This is another thing I've noticed in my years if travel that makes the Hills unique. They get powerful thunderstorms and seem to get them every time I'm in town. Out of breath, we raced up the vertical path to the VC. While in the VC the rain cane down harder ...
... Dances with Wolves" and to the connection of the bison and the Native Americans. Fantastic take! On to Sturgis for lunch. A quick visit with Randy at the Sturgis Swapmeet: motorcycle parts, directs us to Knuckle Saloon.... Sheep Skin, lunch and a whole lot of memorabilia. Sturgis was great. The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum had 90 bikes. Most of the top floor was covered with Indian motorcycles. Fun! They did haven a couple of Harley Davidsons and a few British ...
... way we were going to see everything and we were on motorcycle overload (it was very noisy) so we headed to the old western town of Deadwood. We had a delicious late breakfast at the Howling Hawg diner and the prices were reasonable. We liked all the old buildings with their own history and gunslinging stories of the past. We saw where Wild Bill Hickokt met his demise as he was shot in the back of the head playing poker. The town was full of casinos such ...
The following prayer is attributed to Chief Yellow Lark- Lakota Sioux
O Great Spirit, whose voice I hear in the winds and whose
breath gives life to all the world, hear me.
I come before you, one of your many children,
I am small and weak, I need your strength and
wisdom. Let me walk in beauty and my eyes
behold the red and purple sunset.
Make my hands respect the things you have
made, my ears sharp to hear your voice.