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... charge for the memorial. Sally was very impressed with the sculpture and said you had to see it to really appreciate it. We saw a short film, visited a gift shop, and shared (without argument) a Thomas Jefferson recipe Vanilla ice cream treat. Excellent but at $5.50 a scoop, it better be!. Drove west and found the Crazy Horse Mountain Carving but decided after Mt. Rushmore, why? From the town of Custer drove back into the park with short stops ...
Greg and I woke up when the sun came up. It was FREEZING! Our sleeping bags and fleece blankets helped a lot. Ky helped too when she decided to come snuggle with us. :) When we woke up Greg checked on his phone how the government shut down was going. He wasn't happy. As we slowly packed up the truck we were clueless as to what we were going to do the rest of the trip because we had intentions of going to Mount Rushmore, Glacier National, Yellowstone and ...
... and went for a hike into the hills above. Saw a white tailed eagle.
Back on the road again and I spotted some funny looking creatures so pulled over for a shifty with the binoculars only to see a whole civilisation of prairie dogs. Funny as we were standing at the side of the road watching thru binoculars and snapping away, the number of cars that pulled up asking what we had spotted. Excitedly we told them only for them to look unimpressed ...
... a crawfish. We let them wade in the water for a few minutes before we took off to Custer State Park for more scenery and wildlife viewing. We saw wild horses and donkeys, as well as antelope. The donkeys came right up to the car window looking for a handout, and we found out later we were allowed to feed them. Unfortunately we didn’t see any buffalo, but we weren’t disappointed. We had a nice lunch at the ...
... until the end of the calendar year!) to take a look at the museum, the gift shop, and to take a few more pictures. Before leaving we decided to take the "Presidential Walk", a 0.6 mile path that loops from the Grand Balcony (at the top of the amphitheater) around the back of the amphitheater stage at the base of the talus pile underneath the sculpture, to the Sculptor's Studio, and back to the Grand Balcony. This was a fairly quick walk and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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