Custer Mansion B&B
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... in their way. I got some great photos of all of it. Towards the end of the tour of the park is when we saw 95% of the entire herd of bison. It was very cool as they meandered around like no one was there with them. The photos I took probably don't even begin to do justice to the entire scene.
It was a very long journey... it took up way more time that we had expected, but well worth it!
After leaving the park, we right ...
... take the stairs to the side.
Next we went to Crazy Horse Monument. This was in my opinion a waste of time and money. It cost us $22 to get in. They have not made much progress in the last 20 years since I was there last. Unless you want to pay the money to see the museum, I don't think its worth it. I would suggest parking right next to the entrance and taking pictures of Crazy Horse Monument.
The next day we drove the rest of ...
... crowds of bikers since the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally was in full swing. While the bikers were all nice there were just too many of them so it really limited what we could see and do. In every scenic outlook was two solid rows of cycles; this year we had unlimited access everywhere we have gone.
Mount Rushmore was really spectacular, especially the evening program. They start with a half hour of patriotic music, a brief presentation by a ranger, a 20 ...
... very much what you would expect, but the surrounding area exceeded all expectations. We only wish we could have had more time here. There is so much to see and do beyond Rushmore.
We spent most of the 5th driving from South Dakota to Montana. We stopped in Deadwood, Sturgis and at Custer's Last Stand Memorial. The highway from Custer to Sturgis is know as the ...
... our hotel is only a couple of miles from Mt Rushmore in Keystone. The ride along SD-244 was awesome, and even though we drove past Mt Rushmore on the way to the hotel, we didn't have time to stop. Jody got to see Mt Rushmore from the bike, but I missed it as I was otherwise occupied navigating the twists and turns of SD-244.
Tonight we were tired from a strenuous day so it was just pizza from the local Big Time Pizza next ...