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... Warm in the sun and just a hint of chill in the shade. I'm not sure what moved us more, looking at the Presidents carved into the mountain or trying to comprehend the spirt of the men who envisioned the sculpture and had the courage and skill to muster the support to fund it and then actually pull it off.
Well tomorrow we begin the next two day leg of our trip, which will bring ...
... were open yet, I was able to walk right up to the balcony overlooking the mountain without fighting off other tourists for a spot. The sky also had the early morning golden glow to it, which made it that much more wonderful to look at. It was a perfect way to end my very first visit to South Dakota, and after spending some time watching the sun rise next to the famous faces, I hopped back in the car and started driving west again.
Got to sleep in a whole extra 15 minutes today as the bus did not leave until 8 AM! A breakfast buffet again today where the feature was French toast sticks and bacon. Both were pretty good. Zoe treated herself to a big bowl of Cheerios.
The weather was cloudy and cool this morning with a threat of showers but that did not deter us- our rain wear was safely stowed in the closet of our room! The good news is it only spit a few minutes late in the ...
... and by then the weather had cooled down a bit so we were more comfortable. Halfway home there was a Wild West shoot out with our train and the train robbers put on quite a show. Then out of the woods, a posse came to rescue the Sheriff. The guns were firing in every direction. At first some of the little ones were crying and holding their ears until they saw it was all in good ...
... of United States. He made a plan to sculpt the faces of the four presidents on the face of Mount Rushmore, which he chose after a careful exploration of the black hills area. This project was started around 1925 and funded by the federal government. The original plan had to be changed a number of times due to engineering difficulties in carving the stones 90 percent of the "carving" was done by ...