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... and the road made to fit the tunnels It was then on to the Needles highway with some more great roads and a tunnel at the top.
We had lunched at Crazy Horse and some indigenous dancers. The carving that will be finished in probably 50 years.Had a few more breaks but the temperature was hot and we were close to spent. Only once were we held up with road ...
... When completed the mountain carving will be 641ft long & 563ft tall. The Indian Museum of North America is one of the best we have seen in our travels. We did a bus trip which takes you to the base of the Memorial & it allows you to see the front of the carving, which is being carved in the round, a massive undertaking. We crossed the border in to Nebraska, still continuing west towards Utah now & down to the ...
... same time though, I do like hitting all the little
diners along the way but that can also take it's toll on one's
wallet. We did however stop at the Purple Pie
Place on the way out of Custer for our daily ice cream.
Our next destination was Yellowstone
National Park. Yes, I realize it was supposed to be Fort Collins but
we decided to save that for the trip home. We headed in ...
... Minnesota has Gooseberry Falls, and South Dakota has this place.
Custer SP is like a mini-Yellowstone without the grizzlies and obvious volcanic activity. It is a short drive from Rapid City and because it is 3500 feet ...
... and he fell in love with the breed. Why am I not surprised? "I used to be one of those idiots who thought they were a bad breed because of the media and ****. I don't even watch the news **** like that anymore," he told us. We spent the next half hour sharing dog stories like proud parents talking about their kid’s latest basketball game. As we headed out, Jerry told us to be sure to come back ...
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