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... first time he remembered them. Soph would have liked more of a choice.
After dinner we headed to Mount Rushmore. We walked the Presidential trail (250 stairs) that takes you right up to the base of the memorial. There is an amphitheater where they do a lighting ceremony. They show a short movie about the presidents and then we sang the Star Spangled Banner and they lit the memorial. After that they have ...
... Dakota State Sanatorium (now a youth home) which was located a few miles further. The bike trail, being former rr tracks, were surrounded by old buildings, grain elevators, tractors and derelict cars from the 30s and earlier. After this ride of about 24 miles for Stewart and 20 for Ruby, we packed up the bikes and drove to Wind Cave National Park where we stayed intheir only ...
... movie. Sheer walls of rock straight up, considered sacred by the Indian Tribes, and a challenge to the rock climbers. We walked around the 1 ½
mile base and counted at least 10 of these crazies at various stages of
progress. Some appeared to be using ropes, others free climbing. No matter how, it really looked dangerous from out vantage point. Had a very brief question of one of ...
... the odd terrain of the Badlands is all around there are fields of grassland too. The prairie dogs have these little mounds they live in that give the field the look of a town with lots of houses scattered about. When we first spotted them many prairie dogs were running about. They quickly retreated into their mounds once they sensed us around them. I'm attaching a very short video in which you cannot see any actual prairie dogs but you can hear ...
... food yet, so it was nice to be able to eat at the campground.
After breakfast we started our exploring of the Black Hills. We drove on the beautiful Needles Highway and saw some amazing rock formations. We saw the eye of the needle and drove through some tunnels that were just wider then the edges of the Sienna. We took a lot of pictures along the way and then went to Custer State Park. We drove through the wildlife ...
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