Holy Smoke Resort
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... out with the Nature Loop. This decision was a total win! We saw 2 herds of buffalo and an individual buffalo bull who was pretending to be a bus (walking down the street), Prairie dogs, wild burrows ... well, not that wild as people were hanging out with them and petting them and the one we saw seemed quite adept at posing.
One interesting feature of ...
... a distance off the highway. After that, we spotted a number of solo bison along the road and even saw one behind our campsite tonight. We stopped and had a picnic lunch at a small lake with ************e around, save for a young boy fishing and several kayakers.
This afternoon we visited Crazy Horse Memorial. No matter how politically correct it may or may not be, it really was quite impressive. ...
... State Park. There is a Wildlife Loop Road that runs around the park which was a great ride on the motorcycle. There were buffalo grazing everywhere. There were even some donkeys that came up to one of the cars as we went by. The roads around here are some of the best for motorcycle riding I have ever ridden. Lots of time spent in 3rd and 4th gear, with turns so sharp, speeds drop to 10-15 mph, followed by straightaways that let you get ...
... just 18 miles from the hotel. So we headed back down US-385S to Crazy Horse. It was still cold, but without the wind and rain, it was still a great ride through the mountains. We did make one stop along the way at the Pactola Dam and Reservoir. It was beautiful to see, and we took a few pictures. There was one other car in the parking lot, and the driver noticed our Florida tags and asked where we were from. Turns out they ...
... the coach was parked.
After everyone was on we took the short drive through keystone, up the road to Mt Rushmore. We parked here and then walked up to the main look point to see the monument. Here we did a group picture – one of the optional pictures, as well as taking our own pictures. That done we did the presidents walk. This was a walk that went below the carving, having unique view points as well as gave some interesting history. On the walk was the sculpture ...