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... morning the same shuttle took us to the Harley Davidson dealer and we rented our bike for the week.
Our first day consisted of doing the typical tourist attractions. Our first stop was Crazy Horse Monument. Wow what a feat of workmanship!! We watched the movie describing the 50 years of work already put into making Crazy Horse's face. They anticipate another 50 years to completion. We did not take ...
... 3 weeks - they really put on a show for us.
From here we went on to Crazy Horse - this is a private enterprise project to acknowledge the Indians as is Mt Rushmore for the Presidents. Korczak Ziolkowski took up the challenge, leaving himself only $164 after he had purchased old machinery, jack hammers etc. He worked alone on the project for 9 years with his wife Ruth and they had 10 children - 5 boys and 5 girls. He made 741 chain steps up to the top ...
First stop to visit-Bear Country USA. This was a beautiful drive through the park that contains a diverse stock of wild animals- elk, reindeer, wolves, buffalo, many others, and also the largest privately-owned collection of American Black Bear. As we entered the park we ...
... to see some beautiful prairie of which there exists so little anymore with all the farmland. Viewing the Bison helped us better understand the beauty of this land long ago before settlers came.
Actually the Prairie dogs and the Antelope were shot the previous night in the evening light as we drove out through the prairie of Wind Cave National Park. ...
... that there is only one mall in this area and she prefers to shop in Denver. Then we decided to cruise to Keystone. There's a lot to see - touristy stores, Presidential Wax Museum, helicopter rides, historic old town, bars and restaurants, and of course, the terminal for the 1880 Steam Train that runs between Keystone and Hill City. We just had a quick look - lots of time to revisit ...