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... I was quite literally about to enter them. Bighorn National Forest offers some absolutely unreal scenery. Treelined mountains, deep valleys, and miles of viewing in every direction. What I didn't expect, though, was having to drive along the edges of these mountains. Many of you who know me are aware that I do not do heights. I repeat, I do not do heights. So this was quite nerve-wracking for me, and I didn't exceed 25mph for quite a while. ...
... to drive, especially since the road was wide and there was no traffic. I was feeling rather happy with myself for managing this big rig. Just about that time we entered a construction zone. We were about to cross the Mississippi River. The Mississippi is enormous and beautiful where we crossed. Early morning sun, sparkling blue water, lushness beyond compare surrounding the water. It was then that I realized that the two lane highway I was driving on was ...
... Jefferson, Adams, Teddy, and JFK, plus a few more we didn't know much about at all but found endearing or so interesting. The sculptors really focused on the personal aspect of the presidents: the context of their life in the time they lived and what was most important to them. The gentleman at the official Presidential City museum was a real talker. In the museum there were about 20 of the presidential sculptures in small ...
... s abounded, however after a second trial Jack McCall was hung for his cowardly act. There were 18 Saloons in deadwood at one time, these days
there are still plenty but there are also plenty of Hotels and Casinos who all
want a slice of the action.
Today we headed out about 9.00am via the Black Hills to Hill
City and Mount Rushmore, most will have heard of Mt ...
... took our photos's hastily, and got back on the road. We then drive for hours, across great expanses of land, often seeing no other vehicle in either directions for long spells of time. We stopped for gas (petrol) in Belle Fourche and discovered it was the geographical centre of the USA (see photo's and google it if interested) We then set of about 6 to Mount Rushmore drive through the Black Hill of South Dakota, very pleasant and again passing very few other vehicles. We ...