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... this for a dollar a day! The next stop was the town of Custer. We ate lunch at Baker's Bakery and then wandered around downtown. We enjoyed visiting the 1881 Custer County Courthouse Museum. I found the Courtroom and Judge's Chambers interesting. There were other rooms full of historical artifacts and antiques in the building including a jail. It was still very hot out and we decided to motor home and call it a ...
... Japanese war and won the Nobel Peace Prize, he was a Trust Buster -- was on the side of the common man, and he started the movement to preserve vast unique areas in the nation as National Parks -- so future generations can enjoy them too.
The monument was constructed by Lincoln Borglum using model then transferring the measurements to stone using a "point system". First detailed sculptures ...
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... pedal to the metal reaching what must have been around 90 mph as he approached the crest of the hill looking to gain sight of the runner on his side of the road. Surprised, he then spotted him on the other side of the road and heading the other way. You don't need to be decisive when you are flipping burgers. You leave one on a few seconds too long it doesn't matter. You leave one on a minute too long you just slide it between the others and the punter never knows. But ...
... changed completely. We were climbing into the pine covered hills with some rocky granite outcrops, valleys filled with pines and some lovely little houses and properties.
We arrived at 4.30pm and had an hour and 15 mins which was certainly long enough to take photos, and make a quick visit to the museum and the house that Koschak built many years ago, but it wasn’t enough time to linger over all the historic artefacts in the ...
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