Elk Ridge Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... spires stretching skyward, towering above ...
... part of fifteen
present-day states. This was the beginning of the great western expansion
of America. Jefferson was born in 1743 and died in 1826.
Theodore Roosevelt, the third president represented on the mountain,
provided leadership when America experienced rapid economic growth
as it entered the 20th Century. He was instrumental in negotiating the
construction of the Panama Canal, linking the east and the ...
... off on a low pressure day. This is how Wind Cave got its name. We were able to feel the air blowing out of that initial discovery spot when we took the tour!
We returned to Custer for a late lunch of pizza at Pizza Works in Custer, SD. It was yummy and Mom got to check out their July 4th Arts & Crafts Show outside before we headed back to the ...
I can only use words that are more than four syllables to describe what we saw today: magnificent, fascinating, miraculous, awe-inspiring, mysterious - 42 miles of out of this world amazingly unique geologic wonders that I have never seen the likes of before. The pictures do not do it justice. The peaks are jagged edges cutting into a bright, blue sky or precarious remains of erosion that appear like small rocks balanced by a ...
... mile return hike was worth it. It took a couple hours each way. The scenery along the way, including Black Elk Wilderness, took the mind off from the strenuous journey. I enjoyed every step. We had to take at least one snack break before reaching the peak. I munched on my trail mix. As we climbed the steepest, winding path, the tower revealed itself, built on top of huge granite rocks. On one side was a cliff. On another, a path that led to a water reservoir and ...