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... It's approximately 10:30 when I arrive; they assure me two hours tops. Shortly I am told of further problem with Silvia, I need a new brake switch and it can't be put off. Six hundred dollars and more than four hours later, I'm on my way to Mount Rushmore and hopefully a few hours of good ride time before the setting sun ends my day and my time in the black hills. The ride its self so often proves to be much more significant than the ...
... knew that. It was time to switch drivers.
Minnesota was as expected. Relatively flat, farmland as far as the eye could see, and a brand new crop we were not aware of called windmills. There were miles and miles of white windmills covering the landscape. This is quite a site and we all found it impressive. Enough said, on to South Dakota. If the drive across Minnesota was long, the drive across South Dakota was infinite. Long, gently rolling ...
... when I was crafty and always wanting to try something new to make or learn to do. We needed something to eat so we decided to try the Firehouse Brewery which had been recommended to us by my neighbor, David. It did not disappoint! It literally was an old firehouse made into a pub with its own brewery. We sat at the dark wood bar right next to the fire pole. Cloth badges from firehouses across the nation were tacked to the walls. Paul ...
... were nets that you climbed across. Barrels that you walked across. Thinks that you climbed under and over. Small tightropes and small zip lines. You had to clip yourself in and out but it was fairly easy at the end. Jordan and I went on the all the green ones but that took Some time but we got to the end. By then we were hungry so up the ski lift we went!! We had lunch at a grill ...
... take rides to Keystone. It has a steam locomotive and is the oldest continuously operating tourist train. The narrative ride is about an hour either way. Wish we had taken the opportunity to do this but it's tough to fit everything in the time allowed for our stay here. We retraced our journey back to Crazy Horse Memorial to revisit Boyd's Antiques where Murray picked up a couple of wagon wheels for our cactus garden. Then back to the Lazy J for a much needed ...