Spearfish Canyon Lodge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... where the previous blog was completed and sent. The day ended like many of our nights with a drink, dinner and a couple of games of cribbage.
This blog is actually being written and sent from Oakes, ND at the home of Pat's oldest brother Wayne and his wife, Coleen. The next blog will include our stay here as well as our journey into Minnesota to visit more family and friends. Hope I haven't bored you to death with this long blog. Hope the pictures and videos come through!
... if that doesn't work, trashing it and beginning a new era of tent in the Plencner house. It takes a long time to find a good tent. This is our fourth try. We woke up pondering these thoughts amid the alien landforms of Badlands NP. The sun was baking Andrew and I in the tent while the ladies were outside making eggs. We emerged and chowed down. We slowly broke camp because we didn't have far to go today and because we needed a place to change our clothes. ...
... on Friday evening on main street of all the Bikes.
The 2014 Indian motorcycle was introduced after many years of non-production. They were giving free drives of their bikes. They looked pretty nice.
I also toured the Lehman Trike factory in Spearfish, SD that makes / converts a motorcycle to a 3 wheeler. They convert bikes for about 5 or 6 major manufacturers of bikes.
Anyway, enjoy the bike pictures.
... Buffalo Jump National Historic Place, Beulah, Wyoming is a spectacular archaeological site! Apparently there are hundreds of buffalo jumps scattered across the Plains, but the Vore Buffalo Jump is indeed unique. The buffalo jumps were utilized by Native Americans for easy capture of the animals. The buffalo would be herded to the edge of a cliff where they would fall, resulting in death, and making it easy ...
... partially because we were the only people there.
After traveling through a monstrous, 60-mile-long mountain pass (where the pavement unexpectedly ended for a couple miles in the pitch black), we finally made our way to Sundance, perched in the NE corner of the state. We could definitely tell we were in the country now, with the restrooms pumping modern country music 24/7 and the town having one general store and not much else.
The next day, we made our way ...