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... about the history of the monument. Then it was off to the ice cream parlor because we were told we HAD to try "TJ vanilla" which is supposedly based on the recipe Thomas Jefferson developed way back when. As pictures will show they only serve one size cone- which appeared to be somewhere between 2 and 3 dips! Zoe and I opted for the mint chocolate because Yvonne got the TJ vanilla and she was kind enough to let us try it. By the way this all occurred at 10 ...
... 8217;t see anything. We got to Mt. Rushmore and didn’t want to walk around in the rain, so we decided to drive up to Deadwood. Deadwood is where Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane lived and are buried. It still looks a lot like an old wild west town, but most of the buildings are casinos and bars now. We walked around and took pictures. There’s a bar that says Wild Bill was shot there, but I guess there is ...
... with the daughter about the damage they got from the storm. Apparently the size of the hail stones in Broadus was far greater than what we had experienced in Billings, with stones ranging in size from golf balls to oranges. The daughter indicated they had broken windows on three of their vehicles, broken windows on their house, and lost branches on their apple tree.
We continued on ...
... really cute. The only problems were that Bob had to watch his head and they only had a single size blanket on a double size bed.
After getting Nibsy settled we went out to explore. We first went through the town of Keystone which had been described to us by the lady at the tourist info centre as a "cute little town". It was actually really awful - souvenir shops, ice cream parlours, lots ...
... went up into the woods and climbed a rock to take pictures, but we came down minutes later when a ranger appeared and started warning everyone about how bad the ticks are this year. We immediately got back on the stone path and did a tick check!
We finished our memorial sightseeing at their ice cream shop, where Gerrit had a soft serve cone and I tried the Thomas Jefferson vanilla ice cream - he apparently concocted the first ice cream recipe ...