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Exit 14 and Exit 8 / Phillips 66 updated their cover photo.
What a summer it's been and we have YOU to thank! Be sure to stop by our Exit 8 store this Friday, September 30 for a day of fun and tastings! 8AM - 4PM WInners drawn every hour for Exit 14 and Exit 8 / Phillips 66 hoodies and other great prizes! 11AM Ribbon cutting celebration with Spearfish Area Chamber of Commerce. We will also have beer and wine tastings and specials all day long. It's our way of saying thank you! Please join us!
Spearfish Area Chamber of Commerce updated their cover photo.
Spearfish Area Chamber of Commerce added 18 new photos to the album: BIKER BASH is Saturday night!
TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE! Not only will we be drawing for our 2016 Harley Davidson Road King FLHR tomorrow night, we also have some great silent auction items donated by local businesses and organizations. Tickets can be purchased online: http://www.spearfishchamber.org/biker-bash-fundraiser/ or at the door. Each ticket is admission for two to the 2016 drawing and Biker Bash party. Doors open at 6pm at the Spearfish Park Pavillion. Thank you to our sponsors Spearfish GMC Cadillac and Black Hills Energy.
Spearfish Area Chamber of Commerce added 4 new photos.
Canyon colors are nearing early peak at 85%. The weekend drive should be sensational. I do not remember a Fall so beautiful. Monday or Tuesday should be the peak with most trees bursting into its full rhapsody of colors in the entire canyon landscape unless the gusty winds forecasted for Sunday blow many to the ground. The yellows and golds are so vivid and the reds, oranges, and purples so brilliantly plentiful. It's amazing that primarily only four leafy tree-types can create such awesome splendor and excitement. The Oak and Aspen leaves start with gold and end in orange; the Birch and Cottonwood start with yellow and end in gold. The colorful trees are highlighted by the sharp contrast of the plentiful dark emerald-green Pine and Spruce evergreens. Primary color pigment of the shrubs and ground cover are: yellows of the Willow, Thimbleberry, and Fern; golds of the Goldenrod; reds of the Sumac, Nannyberry, Chokecherry, wild grape, and Ivy; purple of the Dogwood; and orange of the Serviceberry. For the canyon visitor, below is a table to identify the primary fall colors of canyon vegetation. Beware of the luring bright red ivy leafs near the ground...do not pick as they are poison ivy :-( Please drive carefully to protect hikers, bikers, "slow-moving vehicles", and the little critters who are scurrying back and forth across the roadway filling their nests for the long winter ahead. The roadway may be slippery from the wet leaves on the ground. Next report will be Tuesday either at peak or the ravages of typical autumn winds...Jerry Jerry J. Boyer leaf report and canyon author
Spearfish Area Chamber of Commerce shared their event.
We are getting excited to give away this Harley!! We still have about 150 tickets to sell, so if you are interested - let us know! The Biker Bash tomorrow night is featuring dinner by Cheyenne Crossing (we all know how great David does!) Tom Pavlowich will be entering us while Lucky's 13 Pub serves up the bar. We would like to send a huge thank you to Spearfish GMC Cadillac and Black Hills Energy for sponsoring our fundraiser. And a special thank you to Black Hills Harley-Davidson and Quik Signs for their support!