Super 8 Deadwood
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We had a great meal at Deadwood Social Club (great meal, highly suggest it if you are ever in the area) and really enjoyed looking at many of the plaques they have in town explaining the history of the town and some of the historic things that have happened here.
We'll be sad to leave Deadwood and "civilization" for a little bit, but we have another busy day tomorrow!
Thanks for reading,
Paige and Karin
... Mitchell, SD, home of the one and only Corn Palace. Gas in Murdo was $3.45/gal. At about 2:00PM we stopped for lunch in Chamberlain, SD at Taco John's. Haven't eaten there for quite some time and wanted to change things up a bit. Got to Mitchell about 4:00PM and stopped for groceries at good ole Wal-Mart again. Hooked up at the Rondee Campground, kicked back with a beer and wine. Settled in for the night after having dinner and playing a couple of games of cribbage.
Another notch on our belt as we cross yet another state line; this time travelling east to the Black Hills of South Dakota. Stop #1 is Deadwood where we've reserved a fourth floor room with a kitchen at Deadwood Dick's.....walk-up or lift? An elevator--in fact the oldest elevator in Deadwood that dates back to the early 1900's--becomes self-serve after Dave provides some instruction. Jake is a little skittish of ...
... Brian can totally pull off a rugged Cowboy and Cameron said he could stay in the clothes forever lol! Regan wanted to keep her dress, Peyton cried be aside the hats were too big and the kind camera lady let me her pick a feather headband. It was so fun! The girls picked to hold fans, the boys rifles and I held the pistols:) we went back to the campground with very tired children. It got very windy during the night, and with our tent in a hill on pretty rocky ground I ...
... federal government, anyway, especially in the Black Hills? And why would a sculptor give control of a monument to a government that had just shut down work on Rushmore twenty miles away? You can see why he decided that he and his wife and kids could just finish it. Of course, he died in 1982. Seven of his ten kids worked on the site, but one of them died in 2011. But there are grandchildren, now, working up there. They average one explosion a ...