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The first of my long days of driving is complete! I made it all the way from Chicago to Keystone South Dakota! From the city I drove up into Wisconsin, and then started heading east - first driving through Minnesota and then finally into South Dakota. For the first part of the journey, there really wasn't much to look at. It was more or less farm …
... br> having a display on what the original plan was, then when you get back to the main visitors center there is another main museum. This museum also had a film about the carving of the monument. In the museum was displays on how it was done. I also had a look at the book
shop, then came back to the start point of the walk and went to the souviner shop, had a look around, then went to the cafe, got a coffee before heading back to the coach.
On the coach we drove a ...
Hello again all from Keystone SD at the base of Mt. Rushmore;
Sorry for no blog yesterday, the internet connection here is extremely slow and by the time we got back from dinner I didn't have the energy to wait it out. Instead we sat on our small balcony here at the KbarS Lodge and just stared up at the small piece of George Washington we can see from our the hotel. Even from almost 2 miles away the ...
Hi again! We are trying to catch up with our stops as we have been in Minot- we will get 'er done!
Friday, the day we left , we did a great amount of sightseeing in South Dakota. There is so much to see and do outside of Rapid City SD. After lunch in Hill City we went to Mt. Rushmore National Monument. Besides anxiously waiting to get to Rachel in Minot, we were anxious to see this monument! After seeeing this monument in books for ...
... We made several stops in the park for pictures and an opportunity for the kids to climb some of the mounds and work off all that stored energy. We learned that the park peaks are eroding away at a rate of one inch per year because of all the wind in the area. In 500,000 years this park will be gone! Better get there quick.
I imagine you want the answer to the question I posed. Supposedly early settlers gave it the name ...
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