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... Over millions of years erosion has created the mammoth structure that stands 1,267 feet above the river, and the diameter of its base is 1,000 feet. We failed to ask one of the rangers how much of the climb was really accomplished in the movie, because we found out that there are over 220 different paths to the top. What a great diversion!
We bid farewell to Vic as we leave for Devils Tower. We travel through historic Deadwood to see some of the old western buildings, but we choose not to stop. The main road is torn up and makes navigating through the narrow area a little tense. We continue on our way to our campground Devils Tower View, an older spot with a restaurant and gift shop, run by Patty and Billy, two older mom and pop types. Our site is right on the road, but we have a great view of the Tower. ...
... monument which still isn't finished. They've been building it for nearly 100 years and they have only finished Crazy Horse's head. But again it was still pretty awesome. We got to see a video about how it was built and why then when we came out the snow was starting to settle on the ground! We kind of anticipated the weather and Drew booked us into cabins for the night yesterday so luckily we don't need ...
Cold start, around 38 degrees but sunny. Also we are in Mountain Time Zone. Today's travels start with the journey to Devils Tower in Wyoming. The trip is only about a hour and half from Rapid City. Beautiful scenery is what you'll find all the way there. It's $10 to get in and you travel around up to the visitor center where you can then take a 1.3 mile hike around the tower. The view is breath taking. The hike ...
burying the Chinaman in the last of the snow fall in South Dakota we quietly
slipped out of the RV Park and turned in the direction of Wyoming along
Interstate 90 West. We don't think he heard
Nature throwing all that white stuff around we have the complete opposite of
weather for this leg of our trip. Blue
clear skies, a tail wind to help with fuel consumption and a lot ...