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... Lake Lodge and Blue Bell Lodge. Entered the Wildlife Loop Road and drove around Custer St. Park. Saw buffalo, burros and one pronghorn. Visited two visitor centers- Wildlife & Peter Norbeck. Also stopped at the Coolidge General Store where we bought two T shirts. Back to the lodge for showers and rest before dinner at Sylvan Lake Lodge. The drive to Sylvan Lake is another twisty road (Needles Highway) so named due to the tall spires of rock you ...
... Hours before we would reach
the next place to lay our heads, we stayed the night at Big Horn Resort. This
decision worked out nicely as we were able to get a little R&R and even
soak in a hot tub…Heaven!
A seven hour drive to the Badlands took us through hilly,
curvy, single lane highways the entire time. We got a lot of practice
backcountry driving—weaving in and out ...
... very different (up close and way below) perspectives of the sculpture. The Sculptor's Studio had some very interesting displays, including a 1:12 model of the original "vision" for Mt. Rushmore (the final sculpture is actually quite different -- considerably less ambitious).
We left Mt. Rushmore for the short drive to the Crazy Horse Memorial. There we saw the work in progress and compared it to some models of the envisioned final ...
... River which is claimed to be an inch deep and a mile wide?? Many of the ranges are government owned and let out to free ranging cattle which are brought down each September to over winter and the annual cull.
This country is where the Pony Express started but was very short lived - and it is where Buffalo Bill cut his teeth.
We were making our way to the Little Bighorn Mountain range famed for Custer's last stand against Chief Crazy Horse. ...
... perhaps they had shut it down due to lightening seen earlier. Oh Well.
As we exited the Museum the children excitedly announced “Now to South Dakota!”. We write this at hour 5 of the 6+ hour trip to Rapid City. For those of you who think the trip the trip to Florida is boring after the Mason Dixon line, I assure you it is the height of civilization compared to where we are ...