Spearfish Canyon Lodge
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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!
... was broke , we gathered our things and moved the van about two blocks . We stopped because Andrew still had to fill out his junior ranger book which he asked a ranger about yesterday and Jessica decided this was a moment to teach the problem of giving up. He finished it up, begrudgingly took the oath, and received his badge. The conversations between rangers and Andrew go like this ( absolutely real): Ranger : What was the coolest thing you learned ...
... 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.
... back in the U.S, with alcohol pretty cheap and very plentiful, and we headed for Yellowstone Park with all speed.
For me it didn’t live up to its publicity, as after we had seen a dozen or so erupting geysers, it seemed really pointless sharing the next 50 with about 10,000 Japanese tourists, all furiously clicking away at the slightest hint of steam. Worse, it seemed we were always behind the same tourist bus, so Janet and I are clearly going to feature ...
... Old Trail Town, which was a conglomerate of a bunch of old west cabins and homesteads, including the cabin and saloon that Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid hung out in on a regular basis. You can see some pictures below of these things, as well as some weird attractions, like the two-headed calf.
We read some stories of Cody history there as well, including the story of Jeremiah "Liver-Eating" Johnston, whose wife and unborn child were murdered by the Crow Indians ...