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... thinking he would be home by now but no answer. Our worst nightmare was realized. Apparently they ran into this storm as well - hail and all! It was so bad that twice a couple of vehicles along the way offered them refuge in their cars - one Good Samaritan was a single girl who actually turned her car around. I came home to one drowned rat who was soaked to the skin. Life is a gamble ...
... a chief of a Native American tribe approached a sculptor, and asked if a memorial for the Native Americans could be built in the Black Hills, which is where many different tribes lived. Work has been going on for around 68 years, and it doesn't look as if it will be finished anytime soon! It is huge in comparison to Mount Rushmore (in the photos, there is a photo with Mt Rushmore and the size comparison). At Crazy Horse, we were also lucky enough to see some people from a ...
... I realized that the elevator had two levels. You began at the upper level, and ended at the lower level and rode the elevator back up to the top. The cave was really impressive, and we had a great time going through. The park ranger was great, young but he knew his stuff about the cave. He had done some exploration of the unmapped areas himself. We got some great pictures!
When tour was over and we rode the elevator back to the ...
... this is where John and Connie stayed during their honeymoon. It was such a cute place! I can see why they wanted to go back to this place. We were able to sneak in dinner here as well before moving on to Mount Rushmore. Paul and I shared the game sampler. It had buffalo BBQ short rib, elk medallion with sauteed apples, and some sort of game sausage. It was so yummy!
Our final activity of ...
... a few didn't show due to the weather. The motorcycle stores were selling rain gear like hot cakes. Our Ride took us on Hwy 385 North, right on Nemo Road and then left on Vanocker Road to Scott Peterson's on the edge of Sturgis where we regrouped. This is where the rain finally stopped. We formed a parade of all types of trikes - Harleys, Can Am Spyders, Stallions, and ...
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