Spearfish Canyon Lodge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we knew that if we went back that way, we would never have gotten anywhere at all, there was simply too much to see.
Anyhow, we got to Rapid City and turned out toward the prairie. There really isn't much to see out there and soon my navigator was asleep in the seat beside me. No biggy. It was pretty much a 2 hour straight run to Wall. Now Wall Drug itself takes up about an entire block in the town and the rest of the town is pretty much just souvenir ...
... 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 ...
... a real Wild West town named after Buffalo Bill, and a convenient stopover on our way to the Valley of the Little Big Horn, where Janet is to pan for gold and I am to wallow in all things Sitting Bull.
Cody was lovely…understated from a tourist point of view, just a nice quaint western town. From here we passed through a town called Gillette where we had a close shave (we didn’t really but it’s a shame to waste the line.) What we did have ...
... so that I may know the lesson
you have taught my people, the lesson that
you have hidden in every leaf and rock.
I seek strength not to be superior to my
brothers but to be able to fight my greatest
enemy - myself.
Make me ever ready to come to you with clean
hands and straight eyes. So when life fades
as a fading sunset, my spirit may come to you
...and the White Man called them "savages"... sometimes I ...
... jutting out of the ground as you tour through the forest. After some great twistys and some scenic views we stumbled upon an absolute oasis. You see, bikers are a funny mob and often congregate in droves, but as we were finishing one of our runs, we came across a small lake, with a table in the shade, an old guy fly fishing for trout and a mother and daughter playing in the water..........no one else (if you see the video of how busy ...