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... them. We stayed for fifteen or twenty minutes before the Ranger, and off-duty doctor and the paramedics arrived. Julie likes to refer to us as ‘heroes’, but really all we did is donate some of our stuff to the cause. One bloke had his ankle sticking out at a 45 degree angle the wrong way, but otherwise everyone else just had scratches and bruises.
I have to leave you now – we are about to drive back into ...
... to be 98 degrees, maybe more. We drove the badlands loop and got back on the road to Sioux Falls. We are trying to knock some drive time off the back end of the trip. We headed into some dark clouds though they stayed to the north of us in the fields. We were going East. As we came closer to the clouds, I noticed how close to the ground they were. Touching the ground. I whispered to Paul that I thought it didn't look good. He agreed. Just by a look at each other, ...
... several days) and park our big white van in the parking garage. We snap lots of pictures and make our way to the ampitheatre. We are early and there is plenty of seating, as we near the 9PM start the place is packed. The program starts with a short lecture on freedom and then they show a 20 minute video that tells about the history of Mount Rushmore and each of the 4 Presidents. After the video the lights begin to illuminate the monument. We ...
... real-life stuff (with the comforts of electricity and wi-fi being at our leisure). We milked the 11 am check out time to the last minute, then headed to the St. Louis Arch. What we (OK, Ronnie) thought would be a 1 hour excursion ended up closer to 3, but it was worth it. Seriously everybody, you’ve got to go visit the Arch in your lifetime….it is special.
In the waiting line, we got to hang out with a bunch of ...
... we drove through the Black Hills National Forest & encountered our most interesting construction delay. We were stopped for 20 minutes. Once we were finally able to go, we had to follow a pilot car that lead us through a 7 mile drive. The 7 miles of road had been completely ground down. We were weaving around working hi-hos, dump trucks, graders & bull dozers all on a windy mountain road. It added about 50 minutes to our trip & made for a mad dash ...