Day 9 of our 9 day challenge
We are still doing great on our challenge. The fresh tank is at 1/3rd and our others are not even close to full.
We decided to drive the Iron Mountain Road. The road was designed to be the first highway built for the purpose of being art. It's about the journey, not the destination.
The Iron Mountain Road has 17 Miles of road with 314 curves, 14 switchbacks, 3 pigtails, 3 tunnels, 4 Presidents, 2 splits in the road, and some very beautiful overlooks.
We drove back to Hill City. The last winery/brewery to visit is called Naked Winery and Sick-N-Twisted Brewery.
They have interesting and definitely not subtle names for their wines and beers. With company named like that, it does not take much imagination to think of the types of names they would come up with for their wines and beers. If you want to see the names look to their website.
They had a really fantastic pizza.
After the winery, we stopped at the town visitor center and CCC’s museum. They had a very old truck that was used by the CCC’s in the building of Custer State Park. The visitor center had some great information on trails in the area we had not found out about yet.
Downtown had several very interesting shops.
Tomorrow, we move back to the RV park in Hermosa, SD. Not only do we need to dump tanks but having full hookups will be nice after 9 days without any.
We are a couple who have started on a new adventure...