Custer Mountain Cabins and Campground
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... Iron Mountain Road. It's a very, very narrow road with several switchbacks and a some one-lane tunnels through the rock. That road, while another long journey, pretty much led us to Mount Rushmore. We spent a couple hours at Rushmore seeing the museum, the film and had a snack of ice cream.
We got back into Custer about 7:00pm and came back to the camper to a VERY warm welcome from Ginger & Cookie!
Enjoy our pictures! ...
... to Yellowstone NP that day. At that time the parks roads were under construction so it was very slow coming in plus the rather long yet beautiful drive around Yellowstone lake. Just to warn you, when your GPS gives you the time to Yellowstone add another hour to get to your campground. We got in late but still before the sun set and received our bear talk.
We set up camp and I prayed we did not meet any bear or bison during the night.
... highlighting why each of the 4 presidents were chosen and what they had accomplished. Then they light the monument. There is a singing of the National anthem next. The conclusion is an invitation for all past and present service men to join the ranger on stage for the lowering of the flag; afterward she had each man and woman introduce themselves and state the branch of service. It was very moving.
We also got there early enough to tour the museum and ...
... we made the right decision.
After a picnic lunch, we went back to the Crazy Horse Monument to see what progress they had made in 3 years. We found an old picture from when we were here in 2012 to compare and it doesn’t look like much, but the guide told us they have been sheering down the sides so that they can go on to the next big carving – the ...
As the entry title states, Lunch with Bikes, was our next stop. On our way to Mt. Rushmore we stopped for lunch in Hill City ( a bit south of Mt. Rushmore) at a highly recommended place (thank you for the great idea Holli!)- Alpine Inn. As we approached the quaint little town, we see the sign saying that Main St. is closed to cars, open only to bikes. We noticed the ...