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... dynamite to blast away and jackhammers were used to finish it off. The sculptor, Gutzon Borglum, used basic primitive triangulation methods to arrive at the correct angles. He told his helpers that when feeling the plaster cast they should close their eyes and just feel their way and that this would be their guide Taking into account the methods of sculpture and the amazing likenesses they are truly amazing Then onto Crazy Horse. The sculptor of this, ...
... tour director Eugene pointed out the the infestation of the Ponderosas. These pine trees are being attacked by the Mountain Pine Beetle. It's really unfortunate because once the tree is infected there's nothing which can save the tree.
Our first stop was the Crazy Horse Memorial. Crazy Horse was born on Rapid Creek in the Black Hills of South Dakota in about 1842. He defended his people and their way of life the ...
... the surface and we made a stop at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology’s Geology Museum in Rapid City, SD. As a New Yorker, I must say I’m a bit spoiled when it comes to Museums and especially the American Museum of Natural History’s collections of fossils, rocks and minerals. The Geology Museum, though small, did not disappoint in their incredible breadth of minerals on display. I spend the majority ...
... to make our random
stop of the trip to a road side attraction called Cosmo’s Mystery Area. I had
no idea what to expect, but Kelsey said as a young girl she thought she remembered
checking it out with her family some 15 years ago. This interesting place said two college kids
came to the area one summer and decided to build a cabin in the woods, but once
they arrived, there was a supernatural phenomenon occurring there, so ...
We started our day at Fort Hays, a recreated film set for the movie Dances with Wolves. We ate biscuits and gravy as well as pancakes and syrup, all served on a beaten-up tin plate. We had our own cowboy cookout. The family climbed on an old bus destined for Mount Rushmore. It was nice for Rod to be the passenger. It looked like parking at Rushmore is a painful experience (and pretty pricey), so we got out of that one easily! The president's faces ...
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