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... many old homes and very narrow streets, some very steep streets and wild deer in someone’s front lawn. The big hole was an open mine where that they use to mine for gold, silver and iron. Now that it is no longer in use as a mine, it is used for science.
In the afternoon we stayed in our hotel, did some swimming in the heated pool while the rain came down. A great day for relaxing.
... through long miles of rolling bends. As we started to climb the switchbacks towards the pass, I looked up and could see a tiny figure on the mountain wearing a red jacket.
“There might be somewhere to take a special photo up there,” I said.
“Hope so,” came the response, “this is spectacular!”
We have had a lot of practice on mountain roads and we made the best of it that ...
... road and take in the magnitude of this historic monument. A short ride later I enter the park and walk the relatively short walk toward the monument, different distances bring new angles that offer subtle changes in expressions. Sunshine illuminates Washington's prideful smirk, Roosevelt lurking in the shadows, I eat lunch beneath one of America’s most impressive monuments. My sunset ride includes a one beer stop at Black Hills Miner ...
... grassland, lots of cattle, and what felt like hurricane force winds broadsiding the RV for several hours. The consolation was that we were not riding motorcycles because those daredevils had to lean several degrees into the wind to keep from being blown over. Talk about windburn. But we were safe and sound in our squeaking, rattling, whistling (new sounds arrive daily) home on wheels. Our brother, Mark, had told us that we would see so many signs for ...
... 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 ...