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... Wisconsin did have one small perk. As I crossed the border, I realized that I also would be crossing the Mississippi River -- officially crossing over into the west! Or at least I'm considering it the official crossover point... the river isn't quite half way across the country. But nonetheless it was a significant milestone in my westward move!
Just before I crossed into South Dakota, I saw the first of ...
Had trouble waking the crew this AM- moving a little slow after the yesterday's busy schedule.The breakfast special today was a western omelet and diced potatoes. Omelet was good, the potatoes not so much according to Zoe.
Bus left at 7:30 as we were headed to the Badlands National Park which is about 1.5 hours east of here. Our first stop was the visitor's center where we got to see some exhibits about the park and a movie ...
... unique. It is run by the South Dakota fish and game department and features dioramas of various animals found in the state including big ones like elk and deer, little ones like marmots, prairie dogs and birds, and fish in an aquarium. Very educational as all the exhibits were "two fingers on". (Feel free to touch, but use only two fingers.). To top it off we then went outdoors to their fishing pond where anyone who wanted to could fish. The pond ...
... and Gary waited in line at 3:30 pm for the doors to open for the 5:00 pm dinner. By 4:30 pm the place was bursting at the seams and spilling out into the street with people anticipating this mouth watering meal. It was quite an experience and everyone was joking around and laughing - all this for a $9.99 six oz filet! We were stuffed when we left. We caught the 6:45 pm ...
... amazing sight! It was awe inspiring to see the Presidents carved into the rock. We had dinner overlooking the monument. We hiked around the trails to get as close as possible to Mt. Rushmore. Our day was full of rocks-beginning with rocks formed by nature and ending with rocks carved by man.
Tomorrow we're headed to Colorado. We'll stay in Estes Park-a part of ...