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Mt. Rushmore, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, SD, United States travel blog

Mt. Rushmore

A travel blog entry by hanscomxcountry

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... is in town.  It began on 8/4 and they expect about 500,000 motorcycles.  As we traveled through Keystone near Mt. Rushmore, they had a street blocked off and there were parked motorcycles as far as the eye could see.  I feel out of place ...

Crazy Horse Memorial and Custer Nat'l Park, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Crazy Horse Memorial and Custer Nat'l Park

A travel blog entry by therizzos

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... any of it - 100% of the cost for creating it come from private donations and the museum proceeds.  It is huge!!  All of Mount Rushmore can fit into the head alone of Crazy Horse,  When it's done, it will be the largest statue on the planet. ...

More Badlands photos and Mount Rushmore, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

More Badlands photos and Mount Rushmore

A travel blog entry by therizzos

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Here are some more photos of the Badlands. At night we went to a lighting ceremony at Mount Rushmore.  We rode a school bus from the KOA.  The bus was a little run down.  Mount Rushmore was cool.  It had a big gift shop.  I got a ...

Wheeling into Rushmore, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Wheeling into Rushmore

A travel blog entry by hibbard

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... the food.  Again the experience was a neat one though,and we can say we did it.  Then, we made our way into Mt. Rushmore!  It was the coolest to just see it out the car window as if it was something you see every day.  We ran into a ...

Mount Rushmore, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Mount Rushmore

A travel blog entry by porterfamily

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We spent quite a bit of time at Mount Rushmore walking the trails and taking photos.   It is amazing to see the studio models that Borglum used to create the sculpture, along with the equipment they used to do that from the side of the ...

Stage 5 - Mount Rushmore, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Stage 5 - Mount Rushmore

A travel blog entry by daveharris

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... /09 Up and out of the motel at 8am and back on the road. General took the wheel and off we headed once again in search of Mount Rushmore. Just before we hit South Dakota (SD – State 12) we stopped at Luverne for fuel fill up. We then stopped at the ...

Mount Rushmore, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Mount Rushmore

A travel blog entry by silveiran

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4  Heads are Better than One - Part Deux, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

4 Heads are Better than One - Part Deux

A travel blog entry by boyers

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... started to come back in again. We did not get the morning sun pictures we had hoped for, but we did get to see Mount Rushmore. It is pretty impressive. After  that we started our trek south to Nebraska. Next stop Hot Springs, SD Peg's Additions: I ...

What a day!!!, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

What a day!!!

A travel blog entry by dougela

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... , and we are about to experience the masses...Sturgis is August 6 - 13.  The afternoon was spent sightseeing at Mount Rushmore.  That was nice...I think I expected it to be fun but it was magnificent and informational instead...not ...

In search of Yogi and his picker-nicker baskets, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

In search of Yogi and his picker-nicker baskets

A travel blog entry by jackregan

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... Tower which has huge religious significance for the native Americans. From the Tower to another huge piece of American history – Mount Rushmore, where Roger, my pirate parrot, became the firth president to grace the side of the mountain. OK, not ...

Gutzon Borglum, son of Danish..., Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Gutzon Borglum, son of Danish...

A travel blog entry by ritaluther

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... behind the gigantic faces of four presidents - Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt - carved in the rock high above on Mount Rushmore, has an interesting background.  He was born on March 27, 1867, in Ovid, Idaho, and christened John ...

Jul 22, 2010, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Jul 22, 2010

A travel blog entry by roadtrippers

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Four Guys in a Mountain, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Four Guys in a Mountain

A travel blog entry by sanjose222

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Don't get me wrong; I was awed by Mt. Rushmore but i was tired and hot and in a crowd. I don't do well in crowds After leaving the badlands we set out to find Wounded Knee but only found an Indian cemetery. I guess we'll have to do a virtual tour. ...

The 4 guys, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

The 4 guys

A travel blog entry by erikkathyhansen

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Mount Rushmore made us feel very patriotic.  We were not the only ones visiting.  It is difficult to tell the size without people clinging to Lincoln's ...

The bears trumped the faces, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

The bears trumped the faces

A travel blog entry by cochranfamily

... and other tourists is not our idea of a good time.  We prefer more desolate stops.  Regardless, the grandeur of Mount Rushmore is worth fighting the crowds. Grandma said that it was an amazing dream brought to reality.  We all enjoyed an ...

Rushmore & Crazy Horse Memorials, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Rushmore & Crazy Horse Memorials

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll

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... there, but rushed off to see Mt. Rushmore.  It was great, but you could fit 4 Mt. Rushmores into the Crazy Horse Memorial.  We should have spent more time at Crazy Horse.  After Rushmore we drove to Rapid City and back to the Hilton Garden ...

It just keeps getting better, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

It just keeps getting better

A travel blog entry by elboroom

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Left Badlands and took Rt 44 through Interior SD.  In Rapid City, we refueled the van and the cooler andset off for Rushmore.  Stunning views from the road just got better the closer we went.  Left there and took the wildlfe loop thru ...

Jun 24, 2009, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Jun 24, 2009

A travel blog entry by grandv

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Les presidents dans la montagne, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Les presidents dans la montagne

A travel blog entry by nic_suzanne

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En continuant  notre route, nous avons fait notre dernier détour (sera-ce le dernier?) pour une visite, soit le Mont Rushmore et les faces d'anciens Présidents des États-Unis sculptées dans la montagne de roche.  Nous avons aussi ...

Le Mont Rushmore, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Le Mont Rushmore

A travel blog entry by lauriebt

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On a bravé la chaleur ce matin pour aller visiter le Mont Rushmore, où le visage de 4 présidents américains marquants a été gravé à même le roc. Je dois dire que c'est impressionnant à plusieurs points de vue. Étant donné que nous ne sommes ...

Faces in Rock, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Faces in Rock

A travel blog entry by g7s22

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... headed out an hour to Keystone, the center of which is a strip between two high mountain walls that ascends up to Mt. Rushmore National Monument. It was noted that the strip was a boardwalk, but most of the boardwalk has been replaced by asphalt ...

1st Stop Today MOUNT RUSHMORE, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

1st Stop Today MOUNT RUSHMORE

A travel blog entry by janellemoore

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Super excited today as we travel to Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial - an immense statue in the Black Hills honoring the Lakota leader, and my FAVORITE the town in the Black Hills called, Deadwood – home of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity ...

Even great people get stoned!, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Even great people get stoned!

A travel blog entry by shaffer

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One of the most incredible things I have ever seen.  You simply cannot imagine the imensity of the place until you have seen it in person.  Definitely worth the ...

Day 3, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Day 3

A travel blog entry by adamciner

I have to check out Mount Rushmore if I'm in the Black Hills. Take a photo or ...

Shane - Mount Rushmore, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Shane - Mount Rushmore

A travel blog entry by parker_clan

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We had a long drive to Mount Rushmore today. It was pouring raifor the start of the day.  Finally it cleared up.  By the time we were getting  to Mount Rushmore the sky was getting dark.  As we got closer it started to pour and ...

Mount Rushmore, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Mount Rushmore

A travel blog entry by bronkemabekker

As we were approaching Mount Rushmore Matt called out I see it.  Sure enough we rounded the next corner and there it was, Mount Rushmore.  Even though we could see it from the road we pulled in to get a closer look.  It was still hot as we ...

You failed us government, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

You failed us government

A travel blog entry by gkmadventures

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... we were clueless as to what we were going to do the rest of the trip because we had intentions of going to Mount Rushmore, Glacier National, Yellowstone and Grand Tetons. Once we were all packed up we drove past Mount Rushmore to get one last glimpse. ...

Kapitel 17 / Chapter 17, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Kapitel 17 / Chapter 17

A travel blog entry by sandra_tamina

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... Mai 2008 Obwohl Tamina eine ziemlich fiebrige Nacht gehabt hatte, sind wir am naechsten Morgen zum Mount Rushmore National Memorial gefahren. Hier sind die vier Praesidenten George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt und Abraham ...

A place not to miss, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

A place not to miss

A travel blog entry by geekyseb

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I would not imagine driving across the US and not visiting Mount Rushmore. It is one of the most famous sculptures in the world and a very important monument in the US. I was not particularly interesting in the history or the purpose of the monument so, ...

Never thought we'd drive this far, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, United States travel blog

Never thought we'd drive this far

A travel blog entry by stephandalex

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