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... Hills National Park. That evening, we drove to the world's largest mountain carving in progress, Crazy Horse. Crazy Horse right now is really just a giant face carved into a mountain. But in the future, Crazy Horse is going to be an Indian tribe leader and a horse rearing up. This memorial going to celebrate the Aboriginal people and their culture.
The following morning, we took the truck and drove to Custer State Park to do a scenic wildlife loop. ...
... br> Celebrant: Jesus says, “I am the life for you.”
All: And so we come, leaving behind all else to which we cling.
(From the Iona Abbey Worship Book)
Lord God, you call your servants to ventures of which we cannot see the ending, by paths as yet untrodden, through perils unknown; give us faith to go out with good courage, not knowing whither we go, but only that ...
... lane that followed the Boulder River, and had no passes...we chose the scenic route, along the river. So we went 34 miles versus about 64 miles...and no big hill climbs. Our temperature is sitting between 165F and 175F...not great, but we can't avoid these huge mountain passes. They are pretty spectacular! Once we rejoined the I 15 after Boulder Hot Springs, we hit pass after pass and the highest temperature was 180F ....so it was pretty tense at times, wondering if ...
... on more frontage road - so much quieter, and so much less traffic! On the way we saw the entrance to the Bozeman Tunnel, where the railroad goes through the pass. We stopped at the top (5760 feet), took pictures, and realized we had averaged almost 12 mph going up! From this point on it is almost all downhill - no more climbs, except for short 1/2 mile stuff here and there. When (and if) ...
... again, a fascinating place to visit and a big part of the old west history. A forest ranger gave a description of the "last stand of custer" and we felt we were part of the action-he was a great story teller. The monuments also include the Indian side of events which is often overlooked. They felt they were taking a stand to keep their land rather than be shoved onto reservations. All quite interesting history. I've read books or seen stuff on the history channel and it has ...