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... The feeling was almost surreal to finally see the "great faces".
After touring the visitors center to learn how the faces were chosen and how the original order was rearranged due to faults in the mountain we left to return to the campsite. The 10 mile trip took over 90 minutes due to extremely winding roads with multiple switchbacks and one lane tunnels. Traffic came to a halt shortly after entering the park due to ...
As I said in the last post, we decided to leave Rapid City a day early, so we got up and headed straight for Mount Rushmore. Having seen lots of photos, we knew what to expect, but it was still amazing to see the detail in such a huge project! I managed to get 3 of the 4 presidents right, but Jefferson was the name we couldn't remember until we asked some Canadians! After Mount Rushmore we took a drive through the Badlands to try and spot that elusive Coyote. We saw ...
... wandering in and looking at the complex. Inside there were various photos and artifacts tracing its construction and a model of what it will look like when it is completed. We went into an area where native Americans make crafts which you can purchase. Jen bought some beaded earrings, one pair made with porcupine quills. After that we went out and admired the memorial itself, it is immense. No photo gives any idea of scale. After we had finished, we had a drink before we ...
... to the Interstate where the landscape almost immediately became large, flat prairie land – the differences here are extreme! Camped that night in Pierre, Capital of South Dakota you know (me too, never heard of it). Here we were in the Town Park, by the River, drove around on our bikes; this couldn’t be more of a contrast to last night, but that’s why it 's ...
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After the week in Wyoming, we began our journey to South Dakota through the Bighorn National Forest. The drive was quite dramatic with the sky looking as if it were about to explode its fury, which contributed to amazing colors enhancing the already spectacular views. During our time at Yellowstone and Tetons National Parks, Michael was hoping to see a moose, having not ...