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... We had lunch at the Rushmore restaurant (i even had vegetables - take that mum!!), before walking around the area and heading back to the bus for our next stop.
The third place we visited today was Bear Country, a drive through wildlife park in South Dakota. Not only is it hom to mountain goats, reindeer, and big horn sheep just to name a few, but it also home to the biggest private collection of black bears. What was even cooler ...
... arriving at Devils Tower National Monument about tea time. Brendan wants his sole piece of trivia recorded - that a clerical error in registering the site meant that the apostrophe was omitted in Devil's, and so it is properly referred to as Devils Tower even today.
After dinner we drove to the foot of the tower, and walked the 3km trail around the base, stopping at a number of viewpoints for different photo angles. Saw at least 6 people at various heights climbing the tower, ...
... sign, 'You are entering Crow country'.
Driving on without stopping anywhere here, I was getting closer to Wyoming all the time... and I had to stop and snap this:
And then I was entering Wyoming:
Those distant mountains had been in view often and for long periods, at one point they stretched right across my horizon. At the north-western ...
... to get there and as we drove into the park, we spotted a field of praire dogs. I took a photo of one which was on our side of the road. We decided to stop on the other side of the road on our way back out of the park.
We drove to the car park and got out and did the 1.3 mile trek around the bottom of Devils Tower. It was a bit hard for Darryl as he has a head cold and not feeling too well, but we ...
... rolled in and we had rain pretty much continuously for the rest of the day. That didn't stop us from driving down the beautiful Spearfish Canyon, jumping out of the car to see Roughlock and Bridal Veil falls, and driving remote Wyoming roads all the way to Devils Tower. We stopped alongside the road and took some great pictures of Devils tower (a bizarre, really tall lava plug mountain that local Indians view as sacred and ...