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... the trees as we approached. As my friend Patti had told me, the sculpture was much smaller than I imagined, but no less impressive. We visited the museum, Mattias worked on his junior ranger program and we saw the evening program and the presidents lit up. It was pretty and a very nice program. We didn't get back to camp until well after 10 pm and we all fell quickly asleep....until the rainstorm and lightning woke us ...
We had an early start today leaving the Hellewell family at 7am. We were a little nervous of the storm which was predicted but in the end we didn't get it so it was a good day travelling. It did storm for two hours during the night and I had a bad sleep as the thunder and lightening followed one another constantly for that time. It was quite the lightening display. We visited the corn palace in Mitchell which was ...
... After assuring me that they had sent me an email notifying me, they explain that this message might mean that the prints weren't taken well or that I have "worn" prints. This, apparently, can occur because of certain occupations and/or hobbies. But, not to worry, for the reduced price of $19.99, they will submit new prints for me. I simply have to get another set taken and mail them in with the appropriate paperwork. I returned to KSU PD and they ...
... it was beautiful and very intriguing. But I guess I'll have to save the Badlands for another adventure. Once back on the road, signs told us we were nearing Wall Drug. We just had to figure out what the hell it was. So onto exit 110 to the very-real and not-mythical Wall Drug. It's pretty much a tourist souvenir town. You probably have to have a good sense of humor to enjoy it because it's pretty kitschy place. It is ...
... is another pretty one with more bison and deer ushering us up to the big rock with the carved faces. We drive through three narrow tunnels and over several pig-tail bridges with views of Mt. Rushmore steadily getting closer and closer.
There are definitely more tourists here but it’s doable. We take the mile long hike around the monument, taking in the different views.
Along the hike at the base of the four faces, we’re constantly looking ...
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