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We started today with driving on the Needles Highway. This is a beautiful drive in the Black Hills. Even though these are not quite mountains, the Black Hills has a beauty all their own. The hills look black from afar, thus their name. This drive was called Needles because the rock formations look like needles. There was even one that looked like …
Today, I rode a helicopter for the first time, saw Mt. Rushmore, hiked 10 miles to reach the very top of Harney Peak -- rewarded with views of rock formations and forests, elevated lakes and reservoirs beyond words and soaked in the tranquility of Sylvan Lake.
Checked out from Hotel Alex Johnson around 9:30. I was looking forward to another great breakfast at Perkins and I wasn't disappointed. I love that they have the healthy options. I had the ...
all the presidents with Obama arriving sometime in July. Ben was a
bit sore so he rested while the kids and I wandered. We saw all the
presidents and actually learnt quite a lot. We identified the ones we
had seen earlier at Mount Rushmore plus about 15 of the other ones we
had memorised. There are 43 altogether so maybe we'll remember them
all by the end of our trip. Abraham Lincoln was tall but he was
sitting down and one was ...
... remaining 12 miles were mostly that crosshatched grooved pattern you get when the machine mills away the road surface. It was a little bumpy and scary, so we didn't get to go as fast as we wanted, and we actually had a couple of times when we had to stop for several minutes until the flagman let us pass. They said it would be finished by June 27 in time for the next Sturgis event. Regardless it was still cool to ride with some of ...
... recently judging by the fact that the brown strip was still wet. We then dubbed US-385 as the "Fecal Trail" and for us it will always be known by that name. After several miles, the trail marking went away and the smell subsided. We did eventually catch up with what we believe to be the offender, but it was empty, and by then it was no longer marking the trail.
Now the Crazy Horse Memorial is more than just a big head carved on ...