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... 2. Walking sticks! For those downhills. 3. My actual backpack with the waist straps. My shoulders aren't what they used to be. All that considered well worth the hike
Stopped at a Native American juried art festival. Beautiful beadwork and paintings.
The puppies were happy and exhausted from their day so we decided to go for it and see Mount Rushmore before ...
... to the overflow area and we set up camp in the freshly mowed field. It was different from anywhere else we had stayed so we called it our Woodstock, broke out the beer and toasted to our hippie style camp! I guess the biker atmosphere brought out the rebel in us.
It was early evening so we decided to go into town and see what bike week in Sturgis was all about and pick up some souvenir shirts and hats to commemorate our walk on the wild side. ...
... by the fact that there were so many of us (tourists) and also many people trying to "conquer" it by climbing the rock.
Just on our way out of devils tower in the meadows there are tons of prairie dogs and we all got a very close look at them.
Apparently this was the first national monument and was declared thus to ...
... t say that the animals are hedged into a small area.
The park culls the buffalo each September and sells off the Buffalo to people wanting to start a herd - the deal is that they share and spread the gene pool for the future generations. It was sad to see so much open ground, empty of the wildlife the Indian's would have seen roaming through the territory
We headed off to Crazy Horse - I was disappointed with the little progress that was made from when we were here last ...
... animal habitat was enjoyable and registers high on our list of most memorable attractions on our trip. After Bear Country, we headed on into Deadwood, SD. Before checking into the hotel, we made a stop at Mount Mariah Cemetery to visit the graves of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. Out of breath, we're ready to check into our hotel. The short travel day and the hotel's casino offered a nice break in driving ...
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