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We spent four days relaxing in Spearfish, South Dakota. A beautiful city campground in a beautiful city. Our site was next to a fast running creek and the bike path. The McNenny Fish Hatchery is on site which we toured and learned about how they hatched and raised trout. One day we drove the Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway that took us by Bridal Veil Falls and into the city of Deadwood. In Deadwood we rode the Trolley and had lunch in Longhorn Saloon. A great time in the Old West.
... got some chaps...too funny Rode to Rushmore. Bedlam...people people people but impressive sight. Beautiful mountain passes. Windy with big horn sheep, deer and eagles galore. Checked out crazy horse monument still under construction. Then got lost but enjoyed finding our way again. Planning a big ride tomorrow through deadwood to Custer national park. Off now to Sturgis to see launch of new Indian Chief motor ...
What state is the nation's second-largest oil producer (after Texas)? North Dakota! U.S. oil production is growing rapidly and has increased by 40% since 2008. In the not-too-distant future the U.S. will cease to import foreign oil. U.S. presidents will no longer need to bow respectfully to the Saudi-Arabian king. What a change compared with the 1970s!
North Dakota's oil region streches north and west ...
... part of eastern Wyoming known as the "Hole in the Wall", famous as a hiding place for rustlers and bank robbers. The cabin in which they lived was subsequently moved to Old Trail Town in Cody, WY. They robbed trains and banks for some 20 years, but the advent of the telephone and telegraph made it harder for them to hide and the gang broke up in 1901. Butch and Sundance, along with ...
... down the road. The donkeys are used to human interaction and apparently get a lot of handouts from tourists. I lowered the window to capture a closeup and was nearly accosted by an aggressive begging donkey….roll the window back up. A little further down the road and one lone buffalo wandered along the roadside, playing hooky from the roundup. The “Wildlife Loop” was living up to its name.
Next up, Crazy Horse ...