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It was a 3 hour drive from my current location Rapid City. The drive was miserable since I woke up in a bad mood from yesterday's blowout. I was not enjoying my day at all until I made it to North Dakota, then my mood immediately changed from bad to good from low to high from poor to rich. When ...
... two hours had seen all the sights – the Dinosaur Park (concrete Dinosaurs created in 1932 – so you notice a few inconsistencies that a few more decades of discovery would have ironed out), Storybook Island playground filled with storybook characters, with plenty of things to climb on (so Cameron loved it) and admission was free (so we loved it) and the fountains in main square.
The thing that you noticed about hotels in Rapid City is that they ...
... signs pointing to a wild horse sanctuary and the Mammoth Site. So we went to the latter which was very interesting. It was discovered in 1974 during a construction dig. Apparently the mammoth fossils are about 12,000 years old. It originally was a huge sink hole that filled up with water. Over the years some of these mammoths met their fate when they slipped down ...
... Annie's in Shell, Wyoming and kept on going. The kids' dinner consisted of Cheez-Its and fruit roll ups.
We finally decided to go all the way to Mount Rushmore and see the night show. We got there a few minutes before 9:00, just before it began and just in time to add ice cream to the kids' dinner of champions. The show included a very patriotic video that told a good story of the four presidents and why they were chosen for ...
... crisply enunciating a brief history of each president and the construction of the monument. Then, as the darkness became deeper, the music swelled the lights came up, and there they were.... This image really doesn't do justice to how striking the scene was.
Saturday, June 21
The next day was pleasantly relaxing. Leah, her two granddaughters, and I headed out to see Deadwood (the nearby "Wild ...
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