Travel Blogs from Crazy Horse, United States

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Now to the Rockies, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Now to the Rockies

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

We'd planned to spend 3 days in Rocky National Park but having never been there before were unsure of what exactly we would do. Then in Minnesota, Crawford called asking me to please attend a workshop in Dallas, they would pay all expenses. This would ...

Crazy Horse & Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Crazy Horse & Mt. Rushmore

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

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8 years ago we came thru this area on our way to Mt. Rushmore passing the Crazy Horse sculpture. We didn't stop because we did not want to spend too much extra money but did take photos from the road. Since that time we learned that the Crazy Horse ...

The Great Lakota - Crazy Horse, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

The Great Lakota - Crazy Horse

A travel blog entry by boyers

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... along with a fried bread and it was excellent. From there we decided to try the lighting at Mount Rushmore as the lighting at Crazy Horse was cancelled due to the fog. Although the ceremony went on as scheduled you could not see the presidents.  We ...

Crazy Horse Memorial, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Crazy Horse Memorial

A travel blog entry by ashjayr_travels

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Sep 12, 2012, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Sep 12, 2012

A travel blog entry by stanandkirsty

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Day 3 Crazy Horse Memorial, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Day 3 Crazy Horse Memorial

A travel blog entry by traveltheusa

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After we checked out Mount Rushmore it was onto the Crazy Horse Memorial. This located about 17 miles from Mount Rushmore. Hi this is Bob. I vegot to admit the scenary is fantastic. Well we finally made it to the Crazy Horse Memorial and we found ...

Crazy Horse Monument $27 / carload, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Crazy Horse Monument $27 / carload

A travel blog entry by william.ruch

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If you just want to see / photo the monument do so at the entrance parking lot or from rt 16. The entrance fee allows access to a native american cultural museum .  Monument impressive but I felt like the fee was too large. ...

Crazy Horse, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Crazy Horse

A travel blog entry by newsuzi

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On this rainy day, we decided to visit Crazy Horse memorial and hope to see the mountain. The actual building is just so full of exhibits and you can spend lots of time just reading about all the artifacts. We did watch a movie about how everything ...

Crazy Horse and Jewel Caves, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Crazy Horse and Jewel Caves

A travel blog entry by parker_clan

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... that knew him. The man who started to sculpt Crazy Horse was a worker on Mount Rushmore before being asked by Indian Chiefs to do Crazy Horse Mountain.  He worked on it by himself for 5 years.  Them he married and over time had 10 children, who ...

Crazy Horse Monument, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Crazy Horse Monument

A travel blog entry by jaredandjen

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... Sadly he passed away, but his wife and most of his children are working to continue the sculpture.  Currently, the face of Crazy Horse is completed, and they have carved a hole through that is under his arm. They are currently working on the horses ...

Jul 22, 2010, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Jul 22, 2010

A travel blog entry by roadtrippers

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A Piece of American History..., Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

A Piece of American History...

A travel blog entry by angelosone

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... memorial is massive, but what makes it more impressive is the history of how it came about and the people involved. From the subject (Crazy Horse), to the sculptor Korczak and his family, to the support by visitors, this place is truly a testament of the ...

Packing In the Tourist Sites of Western SD, Badlands, Mount Rushmore, and Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Packing In the Tourist Sites of Western SD

A travel blog entry by robinson2010

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... the trail.  By this time the kids were getting tired so we only had energy to go to one more place...the Crazy Horse Memorial.    This project is still in progress after 80 years of work with no government assistance.  The size of ...

Crazy Horse Monument, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Crazy Horse Monument

A travel blog entry by ironworker025

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Crazy Horse monument is only a short distance from Mt. Rushmore, we were able to see them both in one day. Crazy Horse is a long way from being completed, they are not accepting public money, relying entirely on donations and entry fees. The National ...

Sep 04, 2011, Mt Rushmore y Crazy Horse Monuments, United States travel blog

Sep 04, 2011

A travel blog entry by baron_family

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Crazy Horse Memorial, Crazy Horse Memoria, United States travel blog

Crazy Horse Memorial

A travel blog entry by nicolewang

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Crazy Horse Monument, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Crazy Horse Monument

A travel blog entry by goodrichodyssey

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... pictures in perspective. History: It all started in 1929, Henry Standing Bear, a Lakota elder, initiated the project to honor Crazy Horse by writing to the Polish-American sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski, saying in part, "My fellow chiefs and I ...

Day Six - Crazy Horse, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Day Six - Crazy Horse

A travel blog entry by wackymom24

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We finish the day at Crazy Horse and stay for the Laser Light Show.  The museum was pretty good and the light show was cool but started at 9:30 and we were so tired...we left a little early to get back to the ...

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