Best Western Hickok House
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Day 5 – Sept. 24th Deadwood and Rapid City, SDGold Dust Hotel in Deadwood, Sd is a beautiful newly remodeled modern hotel in the heart of historic downtown. I wake from a great night’s sleep, hugged by the king size sleep number bed I dialed in just right last night. Today I'll backtrack a few miles and head to Harley-Davidson in Rapid City for a much needed new rear tire. I call to make arrangements, have a yogurt with black coffee ...
... to one lane with a three foot concrete barrier on my right (keeping us from plummeting over the edge into the water), and some orange plastic sticks on the left (keeping us from slamming into oncoming traffic). Our RV is ten feet wide. I'm quite sure the lane was ten feet, three centimeters wide. Jon’s eyes got huge, my eyes got focused. All I could think was “Oh my God, I can’t do this, I can’t do this”. I could feel ...
... top size, maybe 2 - 3 feet tall on display. I got a kick out his gestures while talking to me about the way the project developed - with a rolled up booklet he would casually bop the top of a president's head. First one than another as we ambled around the room. Another time, he rested his hand on a president's head and with his thumb rubbed circles around the nose. All the time talking to me about a particular sculpture and this or ...
... Theodore Roosevelt's glasses. The sculptor Gutzon Burglum chose the four because he felt they represented the first 150 years of American History. He created multiple models which were used as a guide for the workmen.
90% of the heads were created by dynamite
No one died during the the carving of the memorial
The mountain is made of Harney Peak Granite
Mount Rushmore is 5,725 ft ...
... be of a famous Native American called crazy horse on a horse pointing into the distance, to celebrate Native American history and heritage. We went on to the town of deadwood, where lots if western legends have come from, including the story of wild bill Hickok- we watched a re-enactment if the story in the very location that it all happened in real life. To begin we went to a bar where we found a crowd of people watching 3 people dressed in western clothes ...