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Well, what a day.. It was absolutely unbelievable.. The amount of people and bikes here is just amazing.. Ranging all ages and all walks of life.. The Americans absolutely love us.. Particularly Deano (no surprises there). Got an email from one of his new friends tonight.. Lol.
The suitcases are getting heavier all the time.
We also went to the Full Throttle Saloon, and had a drink there. Absolutely packed out.. Very different to ...
... military post to "protect" the stream of emigrants. Even visited the low-key site of the Massacre of Wounded Knee.
So in the past week we've gone from the soaring Rockies to the "High Plains", seemingly endless rolling praires occasionally dotted with small towns. We've today just "done" Badlands National Park & Mt Rushmore, along with thousands of others...
All good here. Hope you are too
Love, G & D
... had to stop it.
The funniest thing though was that this old **** comes in right as the first song is starting. Nevermind that a bunch of people, including us, got there early to get good seats. He stands there and starts putting on his jacket… he has to take one off, put a sweatshirt on, put back on his jacket, miss his armhole a couple times, finally get it… you get the idea. Anyway, he is right in the way and he was in NO ...
Back a few months ago, Artie and Liam put together a puzzle of the United States; a Christmas gift from the Shool family. Artie zeroed in on Mt. Rushmore, and asked us so innocently, like only he could, if he could go there one day. Thus began our plan for taking a cross country trip to Maryland. It would've been easier and faster to have flown to Maryland, but what an opportunity to be able to take a road trip cross the country.
When we woke up ...
... dynamite to blast away and jackhammers were used to finish it off. The sculptor, Gutzon Borglum, used basic primitive triangulation methods to arrive at the correct angles. He told his helpers that when feeling the plaster cast they should close their eyes and just feel their way and that this would be their guide Taking into account the methods of sculpture and the amazing likenesses they are truly amazing Then onto Crazy Horse. The sculptor of this, ...