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... chinese made western souvenirs, large paper mache dinosaurs, anamatronic singing cowboys, and pretty much anything else you can imagine. We grabbed some souvenirs, Marcus picking up some branding irons..He wouldn't say who they were for but we are guessing Carol (Marcus's wife) should probably be concerned either way.
We hit the flying J to pick up a drop shipped package (4G cell amp, which seems to ...
... humidity which you would not guess it is that high. Pictures to come later.
After the tour we drove around the park for a while and passed a good size herd of buffalo. Pictures to come later as well. Good size animals-glad they were not on the road.
After that we headed to the Crazy Horse Memorial which a very moving sculpture being carved in the mountain to honor Chief Crazy Horse ...
Today was not a big travel day but we had lots of sights to fit in. We started out heading to the Badlands National Park. This was an amazing view and creation. Todd said that we can explain it all we want but unless you go there yourself you wont get the full understanding of just how beautiful it is. He was true with this, as he had explained to us what the Badlands were and showed a short movie on them, but once we got out of the ...
... at night and we were lucky enough to hear the elk bugle (do they bugle?) We laid on the grass, watched the clouds pass and listened to all that we could hear. It was cool.
First thing in the morning our goal was to see some of the wildlife that we knew was out there. Not even two minutes into our journey (and just 300m from where we camped) was a male bison. Wow, we all shreeked and ...
... the stone mountain. I'll admit, there were times when I was closing my eyes and praying. But Bob's a great driver and he got us there and back safely! When planning our trip, our friends the Barbours mentioned their tradition of getting ice cream cones at Mt Rushmore on their wedding anniversary. Well, guess what today was? We couldn't have planned it if we tried... Happy anniversary, Debbie and Jason! We'll eat ice cream in your honor ...
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