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... Big Thunder Gold Mine and much, much, more. Wow.. fun for the entire family! In walking up to see Mt Rushmore, I was puzzled for a moment for it didn’t look quite the same as it did from my 6th grade school books. Then it hit me! Did you know Thomas Jefferson got a nose job? Yep… the man has his nose back and he looks better than ever. All the men look fantastic. To ...
... wanted to see St Joe Antiques Mall. There were two stories of stalls loaded with antiques and other peoples' stuff (junk). It's amazing how we think we need all this stuff and in the end it actually out lives us and our survivors don't know what to do with it. Do we need hundreds of salt and pepper collections? On the way home we picked up some groceries. It was another great ...
... difference between the two sides is amazing.
We rolled into Wall, SD to spend time at Wall Drug. We ate dinner at their diner. The store is HUGE! There are several rooms full of souvenirs, books, clothing, etc. There is a neat outdoor area for children with a stagecoach area and water feature. Also, there is a spot with cups and two drinking fountains. They advertise free drinking water on their billboards and cups.
... one man had which is being carried on by his family for all the Indian people.
We were fortunate enough to witness two local Lakota tribesmen performing their native dances in front of the memorial as well. It was very stirring, and the pride they displayed in upholding their traditions was palpable.
I also found a prayer of the Plains Indians , a photo is attached. I want everyone to take note that somebody needs to read this out loud when I die please.
... 000 to 10,000 people, mostly men. By the summer of 1876, western legends Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane had made their way into the mining camp.
For lunch I ate at Midnight Jack, which is owned by Kevin Costner. Throughout the place there is memorabilia from all his movies. Then we traveled almost 200 miles to Sheridan, Wyoming. Looks like the town still enforces the Blue Laws because all the stores were ...