Day 4 Wednesday 9/26/18 to Magnolia, MN - A very fun day. I slept in a bit then started my day. I didn't plan to go very far before my first stop since I wanted to look around Sturgis, SD a little. Being a motorcyclist the Black Hills Motorcycle Rally (Sturgis) is the thing to do or at least it was in the circles I ran in back in the '70s thru the early '90s. Wanting to experience this event I attended it three different times and it certainly was an experience each time I went. The last time I attended the rally was in 1990 for the 50th anniversary. That year was crazy with way too many people. Each time I rode away telling myself that someday I wanted to visit the Black Hills and Sturgis when the area wasn't full of partying motorcyclists. So many of the businesses are dependant on that one week. Just in case you get in trouble while you are partying. + The Postal Service even gets into the motorcycle spirt. As I was walking around the empty Sturgis streets I was thinking it would be nice to do the rally again. Then I found this poster on a wall and the number of people jammed in that picture made me cringe. My initials on a wall in Sturgis.... OK I'm sure it stands from something else but I'm going to claim it. Jason Sims who runs the Motorcycle Cannonball lives in Sturgis and is the Co-Owner of the Glencoe campground. Glencoe is a very popular for the Bike week and while it is party heavy it's not near as wild as the Buffalo Chip Campground. This is the place to eat. The waitresses are full of personality. In Sturgis there is a place for everyone. I'd killed enough time wandering around looking at things it got late enough the Motorcycle Museum was now open so I checked it out before leaving Sturgis. I'll return in a little while to post pictures of the museum and bikes in it.