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... shops are empty as they only open for the rally week. Sturgis still has shops selling t shirts at 10 for $50 and there are a dozen or more of these stores in Main Street.
Mt Rushmore was all we expected, plenty of tourists and of course the great view of the mountain. We spent 3 hours at Rushmore which was just enough. Crazy Horse is still under construction and being run by the family that started the project. The local Indians put on a show each day and ...
... I have no doubt he couldn't eaten himself but he shared and even let us order it a little more well done than he prefers. Cameron was thrilled to order the best 1/2 rack of ribs he's ever eaten, so he says, Regan order chicken tenders (homeade so yummy I snitched the last bite) and Peyton devoured her hamburger and steak fries, she was starved apparently. We walked Main Street and stumbled upon Woody's Wild West old time photos! Just what I wanted!!! We choose the ...
... mark where the warriors fell. There were not many red ones. On last stand hill the toll was heavy and this is where Custer fell. Like our ANZAC day this place is revered and only the day before we arrived was yet another Anniversary. We spent about 5 hours walking and finally driving the tour route, a truly remarkable ...
We left this morning at our usual time and drove to the Wind Cave National Park. It was only 70 degrees and cloudy, a welcome change from the heat we've had the past couple of days.
Wind Cave National Park has one of the longest and most complex caves in the world. It has a rare formation called boxwork on the walls and ceilings. They look like dozens of boxes stuck to the walls and ceilings. This cave doesn’t ...
... as Route 34, still traipsing through the same hill. The thread of that road connected our drive to the history of Ella Valentine and the other proto-Striplings in my dad's historical investigation. It turns out we were often on the wrong side of history, as Jordan was quick to point out. Always fighting with the conquerors and then turning to the ministry. We're a conflicted people. But as those stories bled into stories ...