Traversing the country in a travel trailer has considerably advantages. A big consideration for us is being able to pack and prepare our own food. For the most part we dine in but, when an opportunity for a good meal at a local nonchain restaurant presents itself, we jump on it. One such place was a restaurant called Cheyenne Crossing located outside Lead, South Dakota at the entry to Spearfish Canyon. We ordered a taco salad to share between us. The ingredients were fresh and flavorful, but every bite... oh, I know Dick grew weary of my saying after each and every bite, "Oh, this is good. This is so very good." It was the Indian Fry Bread that was underneath the huge mound of perfectly seasoned lean ground buffalo meat, lettuce, pinto beans, tomato/salsa mixture, and grated cheese that sealed the deal. The fry bread was reminiscent of the "sinkers" my mom made when I was growing up. She would always save out a little hunk of dough when she made homemade bread which she tore into small hunks then dropped them into hot oil. The delicately golden dough was slightly crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. That was what the Indian Fry Bread at Cheyenne Crossing Restaurant was like. After finishing off our taco salad with a slice of from scratch made-on-the-premises carrot cake... oh, it was heavenly and so worth the calories and fat, we headed down the road through Spearfish Canyon for some of the most beautiful scenery in this country.