Spearfish Canyon Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Lead
... 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 ...
... actually came on. There were already a bunch of people, on and off their bikes, down by the stage, getting involved with the activities going on. People were on or beside their bikes so they could rev their engines when someone on stage did something they liked, their version of cheering. The first act to come on was Sweet Cyanide, a fairly heavy rock band. During the last song of their act it started to pour down and everyone at our bar rushed to shelter under the ...
... get more credit in U.S. history. The downside was that the U.S. government wasn't pleased with women having the vote and delayed Wyoming becoming a state for almost 20 years. Of course it took till 1920 for the rest of the U.S. to give women the vote.
After the tour, I took off for Sundance WY. The road I took was the old Stagecoach road to Deadwood SD. It was traveled by infamous people like Wild Bill Hickok ...
... the town, we headed up to Mt Moriah cemetery to find Will Bill, Calamity Jane and Seth Bullocks graves, was a pretty intense trek up hill
... end of the day. After driving back and forth between a few camping spots, we finally settled on one that was a National Forest Park – but it ended up being very quiet and surrounded by beautiful mountainsides. We set up in plenty of time to hike around a little bit to find firewood, and then the park ranger gave us a good bit of chopped wood when he came by for us to pay him. ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed