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... military post to "protect" the stream of emigrants. Even visited the low-key site of the Massacre of Wounded Knee.
So in the past week we've gone from the soaring Rockies to the "High Plains", seemingly endless rolling praires occasionally dotted with small towns. We've today just "done" Badlands National Park & Mt Rushmore, along with thousands of others...
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... bit slow, but then was quite entertaining. There is also a snake show, but we did not make it to that as the times didn't match up well with our visit. We wanted to have lunch. We ate there and it was decent enough, about what you would expect for a place like that. After lunch we checked out the other exhibits, giant tortoises, a large domed building with many reptiles, birds and ...
We got up this morning and went to the store for some groceries. We had breakfast and started driving to Custer State Park and Mt Rushmore. We took a detour to see the Jewel Caves, but we needed to reserve our spot for tomorrow. We arrived any Custer, but realized that it was cheaper to camp outside the park. We also had electricity, running water, and WiFi! We made supper, then went to Mt Rushmore, and Jack and I walked around for a bit while Mom and ...
... scampered eagerly for these treats. Dave seemed to be the prairie dog whisperer, and at one point had 5-6 of the varmints eating from his hand. It was a little cheesy, but adorable, and really, how many opportunities in life do you have to feed prairie dogs?
We were all awestruck as we caught our first glimpses of the Badlands. The landscape is rugged, vast, often barren, and altogether stunning. Check out our pictures! We spent the day driving ...
... me as they had 2$4$6$8 deals !! Boy, even I could afford to eat there !!!
We drove through Cheyanne and there was a photo op at the State Capital building. On our way out of the town, we passed by Warren Airforce Base where Jim our tour director told us that they have some missiles there and he suspects several missile silos – but of course that cannot be confirmed.
Torrington – a scatter ...
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