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... Black Hills and settled in at Kemp's Kamp, located just outside of Keystone, SD. It is a quaint RV Park located right along the creek and just across the highway from the Black Hills Steam Train, which runs between Hill City and Keystone. Never got to see the train run.
Enjoyed a nice quiet night, then hit the road the next morning to see Mt. Rushmore and continue east across South Dakota.
... badlands of South Dakota, passing through miles of wide open prairie land.
We entered Badlands National Park (after some confusion as to if we were a tour bus ($150 entrance fee) or an RV ($15 entrance fee). We stopped for some scenic vistas and then went on to the visitor center.
The visitor center was pretty good, with a knowledgeable ranger giving us a lesson on the geology and paleontology ...
... and 6th in the world. There are about 141 miles of passages in 1 square mile as they climb and dive and twist and turn every which way. They have not yet discovered the end of the cave and in fact volunteers come each weekend to continue exploring and mapping the newly discovered passages. The cave has 95% of the world's boxwork formations. A very rare geological feature. The cave was a very cool 53° ...
... After we went through the Badlands we then headed to a little place called Wall Drug. This was a beautiful little town and has got a great history to it. We had lunch here and for the first time since i arrived in America, the food was good. I have had nice meals dont get me wrong, but they have been at resturants. No this was at a cafe and it was decent food. There is so much here that we need to get in Australia, a cafe like the one ...
... Mount Rushmore monument for the first time in 1937 when they were still working on Lincoln's nose. At the current rate, I doubt the workers will finish Crazy Horse in my lifetime, but maybe in 30 years I can tell some young person that I first visited the Crazy Horse monument when only the head was done. It makes for a great story.
We continued driving down the Needles Highway and took a shortcut back on Playhouse Road to hook up with the ...
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