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... was a herd of them crossing the road. And they have priority over the cars. So we spent an hour waiting for the bison to cross the road. Several brave souls tried to use their cars to encourage the bison to move out of the way. Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn't.
Next we decided to get on the Needles highway. This is a 11 mile road that has several tunnels and great views of the rock formations. We encountered our first tunnel which had a with of ...
... done a terrible job describing what the Crazy Horse Memorial is so if you are confused after reading my post, feel free to look up more on their website: https://crazyhorsememorial.org
Anyways, we finished up at the memorial at 10:30, were out of the parking lot at 10:50 which is pretty good considering how many people were there, and then drove back to our lodge and quickly fell asleep after our long day.
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... on there ever since. The actual excavation site is under roof and we were able to walk around the work site and see what is coming out of the different layers of sediment. It was a very interesting stop for us. If you are interested in learning more, Google Mammoth Site, Hot Springs, SD. From the museum we stopped for lunch at a local restaurant just down the road from the museum. Even though we hadn't gone very far milage wise today, we HAD traveled back in ...
... in Campground which was in a canyon on the prairie. We took a 90 minute tour through Wind Cave so named because it had been discovered by two farmers who heard the wind whistling in and out of a hole in the ground.
It is a dry cave mostly with over 165 miles of underground passages so far discovered which represents only about 10% of its potential. ...
... we only had to go about half a mile down the road. About 150 meters from the road a mob of at least a dozen Elk were grazing. Several does were back a bit further, toward the trees, and the males, their massive racks still in velvet stayed nearby, grazing and no doubt observing us as intently as we did them.
Satisfied, we headed for home, seeing at least two dozen more elk near the road in the rapidly dying light.
It was an amazing day.
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