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We woke up early and ate muffins, payed the motel 284 dollars for our entire stay and hit the road. We drove for 2 hours before we reached Sturgis where we stopped for gas and we made sandwiches. We continued for 4 1/2 hours till we reached Buffalo where we stopped at KOA where we parked overnight for 50 bucks. We made more sandwiches for dinner and went to ...
... sedimentary rocks eroded away gradually due to rain and other natural forces, and the rock comprising the tower itself was sturdy enough to remain. The result is a monolith rising from the plains of Wyoming, which has overlooked ranch families for generations, and with which the Native Americans of the area hold a strong spiritual connection. In fact, many of the trees surrounding the tower are decorated with Native American prayer cloths, which visitors ...
... rock formations and wildlife. Could this be the most beautiful part of the United States? It certainly offers very scenic roads. Just ask those half million bikers who gather there each year.
Our first stop was a mandatory one since we were in the neighborhood. It was on none of our lists of things we had to see, but it happened to be close ...
... being scenic, it's numerous hair pin curves, short one way tunnels and pig tail bridges. A lot of curves and up and down grades. We made one stop a parking area at the only overlook. Took us about an hour to 12 miles.
Arrived Mt Rushmore 6 pm and spent two hours there. The entrance to the memorial is breath taking. It has changed quite a bit since Kathy first visited Mt Rushmore at age four. There is a striking view of the four presidents as you walk up a stoned ...
... plan was scrapped. On this
route we rode a spiral road the crosses itself several times and goes through
several granite tunnels.
Finally we made our way to the Crazy Horse Monument that
makes Rushmore look miniscule once again the vision and the work to complete
this project is enormous and it is most likely that in 50 years the project
will not have ...