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... the man at the collection booth leaned out and handed me a brochure and a free ticket. He said, " I noticed you are a veteran from your truck's license plates, here is a free ticket, and thank you for your service!" I said, "Thank you, Sir" and continued in. Wow, that was nice, as the normal entrance fee is $11 per person.
Inside, we went to the Visitor's Center and took about an hour and a half to look at the first class Native American displays, ...
... wonderful experience that everyone should have! You would think the day couldn't get any more fascinating, but then we stumbled upon the rock climbing. We climbed around for a bit and then took our travels to Jewels Cave, where we learned all about stalactites and history and what have you. The whole time is South Dakota was mind blowing! Not to mention we had wonderful hosts!The Camp Owners ...
First, a big thanks to my buddy Ralph who looked at my itinerary and encouraged me to put the Black Hills back in the mix . . . I had a great time here. I was glad to be rested and refreshed for my entry into the Badlands. What starts as an interesting change on the horizon turns into really cool and bizarre rock formations . . . Some above and some below ground level. The photos of below ground level did not turn ...
... dig site and was very interesting- found approx. 60 mammoths so far, 2 types. We did a tour of an old goldmine at Keystone, which was pretty pour and then took a look around town. We went in an old shop store, built 1895 and I don’t think much has changed, still has the old style glass display benches, basement, and boy did it have some old junk in it.
... him and the car up. Once that was done we got back on the road. Awhile bit later, we had a mama moose and her baby run across the road. It was SUPER cool. I wanted to see a moose so bad and didn't think we'd see one until we were up in Vermont/Maine area. I can check that off my list. We finally arrived at Pompeys pillar at about 11:30 am. It was pretty cool to see Clark's signature. There were other names on the rock too dating back to 1880, etc. such a long ...
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