Buffalo Rock Lodge
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... Warm in the sun and just a hint of chill in the shade. I'm not sure what moved us more, looking at the Presidents carved into the mountain or trying to comprehend the spirt of the men who envisioned the sculpture and had the courage and skill to muster the support to fund it and then actually pull it off.
Well tomorrow we begin the next two day leg of our trip, which will bring ...
... were open yet, I was able to walk right up to the balcony overlooking the mountain without fighting off other tourists for a spot. The sky also had the early morning golden glow to it, which made it that much more wonderful to look at. It was a perfect way to end my very first visit to South Dakota, and after spending some time watching the sun rise next to the famous faces, I hopped back in the car and started driving west again.
Today Cathy and Gary Schneider moved their motor home from the Elk's Lodge, Rapid City, to Hart Ranch for two nights. They're just a few sites down from us. It feels hot and humid today. After lunch we headed to Keystone to catch the 1880 (steam) Train to Hill City. We enjoyed the ride and saw lots of deer along the way. We wanted to have the filet dinner at the Alpine Inn ...
... the looks of our fierce dog.
We may sleep with the windows open tonight. We have the internet and cable TV, so life is good.
(John) The day got off well. I woke up early this morning and I just looked at my wife asleep without all that look good stuff on and I am just amazed that she is still the most beautiful person to me. We left the camp at Sioux Falls and headed for the nearest gas station. Gas buddy ...
... in the woods ended up being a little different. The tour included trippy
mind games and awesome optical illusions…I mean supernatural phenomenon !!!
Kelsey and I had not seen the Crazy Horse Monument since we
were kids, so we stopped to see the progress that had been made in the last 15
years. The first thing she said was “it
looks the same!” As it did look similar, 100 million tons of granite had ...