So many people! So many Bikes. While walking around downtown we found 50 or so LRS windshields on the different bikes we saw. Ill admit I had a pride-full moment getting see our product on so many good looking rides. We found a cool guy to take a picture with Vader for us, American tattoos and all! We walked around listened to the music visited with some friends and after a while it was time to leave the biker mecca.
|Mount Rushmore at night!|
|This guy was nice enough to hold Vader, for a picture. Don't they look good together?|
Jeremy had received a tip from a friend on HD Forums who told us to visit the monument at night for the lighting ceremony. I'm glad we did! It was pretty cool to see the mountain lit up at night. It was very patriotic.
We rolled into Hot Springs at almost midnight and the owner of the hotel had been cooking indian food, not a good smell but we were too tired to care. It was a long day, but worth it. We had Shell gas station sandwiches for dinner, since nothing else was open. Umm, healthy eating! Here's some of the pictures we took yesterday, from Devil's Tower, Sturgis and Rushmore.
In the morning I walked around hot springs which is a really cool old town, with buildings that have been in use since the civil war, its hot springs were considered to be healing for the veterans who needed help with digestive issues. To this day the town is occupied by retired veterans in need of medical treatment.
|The bike's parked outside Devil's Tower|
|Vader on main street Sturgis|
|A giant Buddha on top of a building at Sturgis|
|The Hall of Flags at Mt. Rushmore|
|Some cool lights at Rushmore|
|The man behind Mt. Rushmore, well, a bust of him anyways.|