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... texted back that she is doing fine and having fun. May it always be so. Yay, Ashton!! I forgot to post a "selfie" of ourselves that we took at Mt. Rushmore yesterday afternoon. We decided it wasn't TOO dorky looking...see what YOU think! This morning was one of those perfect blue sky, comfortable temp kind of morning. Last evening we had decided two things: one is that we would take our breakfast with us and have it in a scenic spot, and two, that we would go ...
... Evans Plunge, a swimming pool dating back to 1890. The indoor and outdoor pools are fed by local hot springs and the water temperature is a balmy 86 degrees. Yvonne acted as life guard again but I joined Zoe (at her urging) in the pool where we immediately headed to one of the indoor water slides. I have never been on such a device and Zoe coached me on how to do it. She said to simple lie down when you slide down on a plastic mat. What she did ...
We slept in this morning, no rush to get anywhere. It was a good start to the day.
Sam wanted to check out the Hot Springs Mammoth site and museum, so we decided we would scoot up and see Crazy Horse and and Mt Rushmore first and then check out the Mammoths a bit later in the day.
The best laid plans of mice and men. The first sign was a bunch of bison not far from the road as we drove up through the Wind Cave National Park, just q ...
We woke up again really early (like 5:30)… well, more like 2 of us woke up and made the other 2 people get up. The redneck family of like, 20 people in the one cabin across from us, were outside cooking bacon on the front porch this morning. We didn't have anything like that so we went to the lodge by our campground and got breakfast. It took forever, but it was good and each plate was enough for 2 or 3 people. ...
... stayed there eating for a long time before wandering off.
The Iron Mountain Road is a fun, twisty drive through the forest that keeps climbing upward. There are a few corkscrew "pigtail" bridges that curve up in a spiral, then have tunnels cut straight through the rock. What a feat of engineering!
We stopped off at the Norbeck Overlook and read some informational signs that were posted. Then we saw the area called ...
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