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... encourage feeding them), so we stopped and hung out for a while.
Custer also had a great fireworks show. Iris was scared at first, but when a nearby dog started barking at them, she thought it was funny and started to warm up to the show. By this point that homesick feeling was really starting to kick in especially seeing all the big groups of friends and family together there. But before the show started, they went through ...
... steam engine which goes thru the mountains for about an hour to a real nice small town called Hill city.
Then it was up to a splendid Mount Rushmore. Everything it said on the tin and more! Spent around 2 hours there and then headed to the crazy horse monument which makes Rushmore look like a boy in shorts. They have the Native North American museum there which was amazing. The size is amazing and it will be the largest monument in the world ...
Yesterday was a day of planning, unfortunately I did none. Ran out of gas on, what seemed to be, the loneliest road in America. After waiting about a hour a Good Samaritan came by and drove to a nearby farm and got me some gas. Thank you Good Samaritan. Got to Mt Rushmore and there were ...
... underneath it and gives everything a dream like quality of Winter wonderland. The real Rapid City is not yet revealed itself to me - not until the snow is all melted. I am now at my destination and settle in, but I am not about to call it the night...not...without some grub. Back in my rental car and heading for Main Street. For all the restaurants in this city, I pick Everest, which is selling itself as a Nepali restaurant. ...
... around that too. Arriving back at our trailer, we just got settled when the rain and hail came. It’s much needed moisture for the area. Everyone is worried about forest fires, as there’s been so much damage from pine beetles. Whole mountainsides of pine trees are brown, as we saw in the Canadian Rockies, but there are so many more people and businesses in the area the threat of fire is very high.
Tomorrow, back to the I-90, eastward again… ...
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