Newton Fork Ranch
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... The first part was called the Needles Highway. It has this name because of the many rock formations that are pointed rock outcroppings. For us rock enthusiasts this was really a lot of fun…not to mention the photographic opportunities. We had several chances to get out and hike including a hike around Sylvan Lake. This is a beautiful lake that seems to be nearly carved out ...
... area of wherever we have gone. Sea
World etc... we have parked a long walk which we don't mind too much
unless it's a super hot and long day. The exercise does us good. But
today, we parked about 10 metres from the walkway into the Monument
and that was awesome. Mount Rushmore itself was interesting. It's not
finished because the artist died, the finished model has lapels on
the presidents etc... But the iconic look that has been there ...
This morning we went and had pancakes in a big tent. Then we went "panning for gold." And while Mom was getting stuff ready for Custer State Park we went and played on the HUGE playground. Next, we drove to Custer National Park and tried to find Bison, at first we had NO luck and we thought for sure we weren't going to be able to find any but then... ...
... read the record we have made.” G. Borglum
... tall, thin spires reaching for the now clouded sky. From the overlook down the road, we can see the Black Hills, the plains, and trees. As we continue our drive, we come to yet another narrow tunnel, which we maneuver carefully. We park because The Needles Eye, another remarkable spire, is located there. Luckily, we can park the car. The Eye is an opening in the spire, formed by the weather and erosion. It looks exactly like the eye of a ...