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... then watched the video and looked at all the cool displays in the visitor center.
From Rushmore, we drove to Crazy Horse monument, a privately funded tribute to a Lakota Indian Chief named Crazy Horse. It has taken 67 years to blast/carve just the chief's head out of a big mountain in the Black hills. The plan is to carve the chief’s head and arm holding onto a horse. So far, you can only see the head ...
... minutes after eight o'clock in the morning. We had a lot of miles to put behind us today, and we wanted to get started while traffic was light and the temperatures were cool. The speed limit across South Dakota is 80 MPH, but we set our cruise controls at a sedate 67 MPH and started counting off the miles. As with every other state we've driven through, South Dakota was beautiful and green. As we traveled from east to west, ...
... At one point as we were approaching a hill side there appeared to be a large herd of cattle so Peg took a picture; turned out to be a herd of about 100 – 150 buffalo. We also saw a prong horn antelope running down a fence line in the opposite direction we were traveling. Too quick to get a photo of him.
As we often do when traveling from place to place we had crackers and cheese and summer sausage for lunch. Our new campsite is beautiful with views of the tops of two ...
... great heroes also. Korczak, a sculpture with no formal training, started work on the mountain in 1948 with only $174 to his name. He made it his life's work to build this tribute to the Indians and what he did was truly inspiring. He worked on it until he died in 1982 and following this his family carried on his work based off plans that he left for them. They still have a long way to go and I don't think it will be finished ...
So I rose up at 5:50 am to get ready to hike Crazy Horse Volksmarch today. Murray's back was hurting so he declined to go and Frank, Margee and I left at 6:45 am. We were very excited to do the hike and lucky for us the weather was perfect and we were among the first hikers to get started at 8:00 am. The altitude gain was only ...