Elk Ridge Bed & Breakfast
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... when looking out at the Pacific Ocean off of Maui and just a few days ago looking down on the Grand Canyon. Perhaps looking at things so much bigger than us helps us put our everyday thoughts and worries into the proper perspective. Anyhow, it works for me.
Not to say our day was a total washout. In fact the weather this morning during our visit to Mt Rushmore couldn't have ...
... when I woke up the next morning it had kept myself and everything else inside completely dry and had stayed up despite all of the wind. Definitely a good buy!!
The next morning I left to make my way to Montana, but first I stopped along the way to see Mount Rushmore. I got there early in the morning, just after it had opened, which turned out to be a good thing because it was nearly empty. Although none of the shops ...
... a presentation by Robbie Yellowhawk, a 23 year old Lakota Indian who is trying to carry on his Indian traditions. He told us about his background. He described his costume ( beautiful) which he made, and the dance he would perform which mimics the mating dance of the prairie chicken. After answering questions from the audience, he performed the dance for us. After the performance members of his family sold Indian jewelry they had made.
... So tame that they eat from your hand, Regan couldn't get enough! Cameron loved it, Peyton wanted to feed them but too nervous. She watched further back:) we had to drag them away with an empty box of crackers. A nice lady even shared carrots with us. And when almost leaving the park, we turned a bin to a HUGE herd of buffalo! Traffic stops and people ...
The story of the memorial itself is interesting. There was a park ranger who gave a fantastic talk about the memorial. The sculptor, Borglum, was initially asked to consider the needles in the black hills area to carve the faces of western heroes such as buffalo hill. But Borglum conceived of an even more bigger scale project and wanted to sculpt the faces of the people who mattered a lot to ...