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... We visited, along with the daily throng, and found plenty of interest. The carvings are like impressive monuments to the dead everywhere. They say everything about the people who built them and almost nothing about the complex nature of the subjects. Much more interesting to me was the museum which related the story of the marathon construction and a little about the workers, many of them miners, who did the painstaking excavation ...
A long day travelling today, but the scenery is pleasant, with rolling hills and farmhouses here and there. The main highlight was when we stopped at the big Budweiser Brewery and got a free beer and pretzels !!! We saw a John Wayne movie as we drove along, and I saw all of that but dozed ...
... the size of Geelong ..or maybe a bit smaller. We walked a few streets, watched a demonstration on roller derby...the girls are pretty tough. It was very amusing..they were dressed in various outfits...some not that flattering!.. We had dinner at the Fire Station Brewing company...big place ...nice food and atmosphere. Very busy place. We then headed back to motel...had a few more drinks ..and then off to bed...now finishing the blog. Another big day tomorrow ..off to Deadwood and Hill ...
... task to control it properly anyway. We trolled around the show for a few hours then we went out to a famous saloon called Full Throttle, well known as it is the largest biker bar in the world. My god it looks like a scene from the movie mad max. Absolutely filthy and all booze and broads so consequently we didn't spend any time there, quick sandwich and walk around and we got outta there. We headed out and went for ...
... t say that the animals are hedged into a small area.
The park culls the buffalo each September and sells off the Buffalo to people wanting to start a herd - the deal is that they share and spread the gene pool for the future generations. It was sad to see so much open ground, empty of the wildlife the Indian's would have seen roaming through the territory
We headed off to Crazy Horse - I was disappointed with the little progress that was made from when we were here last ...