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... small towns extending from the base of Bighorn. I just missed their nightly rodeo by the time I arrived (around 10PM), and they have a world famous museum & historical center. I stayed in a cabin at their Ponderosa Campground. Since it was dark out when I arrived, I took a picture this morning, which is also attached here.
Today, my listening choices were distinctly American: Nas, Tower of Power, Esperanza Spalding, Dave Brubeck, and Miles Davis.
... s abounded, however after a second trial Jack McCall was hung for his cowardly act. There were 18 Saloons in deadwood at one time, these days
there are still plenty but there are also plenty of Hotels and Casinos who all
want a slice of the action.
Today we headed out about 9.00am via the Black Hills to Hill
City and Mount Rushmore, most will have heard of Mt ...
Greg and I woke up when the sun came up. It was FREEZING! Our sleeping bags and fleece blankets helped a lot. Ky helped too when she decided to come snuggle with us. :) When we woke up Greg checked on his phone how the government shut down was going. He wasn't happy. As we slowly packed up the truck we were clueless as to what we were going to do the rest of the trip because we had intentions of going to Mount Rushmore, Glacier National, Yellowstone and ...
... Quaint, antique western architecture. Every other building is ...
... Even as it stands it is impressive. We walk the Presidents Trail and get fairly close to the base of the sculpture. From here the views are great, especially up George Washington's nose ( as Ethan points out!). We have a lot of ground to cover and so we hit the road again. The feeling is we have seen something special ( even if American Presidents mean nothing to us) and the long drive is worth it. The next stop is slightly weird. We are in Sioux Country and in 1948 ...