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... under a flag of peace, after years of refusing to give up his land. When completed the memorial will stand 563 feet tall, and even as it stands you can fit all 4 of the presidents heads at Mount Rushmore into his face.
The following day we went back to Crazy Horse to see it in the light, before doing a short hike at Mount Rushmore to get a closer look. Mount Rushmore was interesting to find out about why the 4 presidents were ...
... in the low sixties and very windy. We both put on our Yosemite jackets. After the gravel, wind stopped and it got hot.
Spent the rest of the time on the Badlands Loop Road which runs northwest to southeast. Stopped at most of the overlooks. All had very scenic views. Badlands reminded us of a mini Zion with its different color strata.
After the Badlands, drove 30 miles east to west on a nearly deserted road from Interior to Scenic. At Scenic ...
... which had a parade and fireworks on the 4th, and was only about 15 minutes from Custer State Park. That's one of the best state parks I've seen - they have several campgrounds and tons of free roaming bison and elk. They also have a pack of burros that wander the park begging for food from visitors. When we found them, they were right by the road eating and standing for pictures. We had prepared by bringing some crackers (the park ...
... There is a bathhouse across from us though, although it’s really small and there’s ALWAYS a line.
After we checked in, we rode around the Wildlife Loop Rd. We saw buffalo, lots of deer, and some burros. They call them begging burros and people stand out there and feed them all kinds of junk. Lots of people had carrots though and they followed them all over the place. One cute little bitty girl was feeding them corn flakes, and ...
... we reached our long anticipated destination.
Once there, after taking a million photos & helping a few other tourists take their photos, Tony and I took the mile long Presidential Trail along the foot of ...