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Hello faithful blogs followers! Contrary to popular belief we are not dead and have been released from jail. So for Tim so long law enforcement career, it's been nice while it lasted. As for Western Placer Unified school district shouldn't find out for about 6 months, so I'm in the clear for now. So for the remainder of this blog it will be …
STATS 443 miles, 1742 in total Travel time: 11 hours We started at 8 am and got both types of fuel without incident. The closer we got to South Dakota the more vibrant the landscape…of course we had to drive through more than 400 miles of Wyoming first (which included a 15 minute highway construction stop) to see it. We are really hoping that when we exit Mount Rushmore on the other side of WY we see ...
... road. Learned a lot of history from the brief walk around the National Monument. Had hoped we might have a casino stop as a billboard in Billings announced a casino at the very exit to the National Monument. There was a small casino there but not open -- maybe too early and maybe just not open anymore. There was also a massive Indian Hospital. It still appears correct down here to use that word, Indian.
A further drive on the I-90 and ...
... have yet to reveal themselves!
Hill City provided a welcome lunch at the Hill City Cafe, shout out to them for what R described as the best chicken fried steak he has eaten in a very long time.
The approach to Mt Rushmore is through a tacky, kitschy, tourist trap, would be " Wild West" town named Keystone. We didn't stop, it was all too contrived for words.
Mt Rushmore itself was sunny and very impressive. As a tribute to some of the ...
We are still in South Dakota. Today we went to the Crazy Horse Memorial. It's not finished yet even though they started in 1948! But we saw a movie that explained why. The Federal government is not paying for 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 ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFlinstones Bedrock City Custer
The campground was fine and they spent some time dressing the site fixtures but they did not keep to the theme. There is a seperate Bedrock city attraction that you have to pay extra to go into. Employees not in character.
The cabin was good. There was one electrical outlet, an outside and inside light, and a porch swing. Wifi supposedly available but very weak at cabin.
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