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... of eye-11 feet, length of nose-20 feet and width of mouth-18 feet. It took fourteen years and no one of the 400 workers died in the creation of this national monument. The sculptor said of his creation, "... Let us place there, carved high, as close to heaven as we can, the words of our leaders, their faces, to show posterity what manner of men they were. Then breathe a prayer that these records will endure until the wind and rain alone wear them away." We had lunch in a quaint town ...
... be here until the 6th. We have lots of personal business to do - change our residency which means new licenses, registration for the vehicles, check our mail, etc. Because of all this, I'm going to take a break from the blog for a few days. I'll be back after the 4th. I hope everyone has a wonderful 4th of July - relax, celebrate and enjoy each other. Love you all. xxxooo Ev, Bruce & Sandy
... spider? Also a great conversation starter. I would also recommend showing the staff pictures of spiders and ghost faced bats (thank you, dear sister, for sharing the beauty of Dominican bats with me). Aside from those exciting conversational aspects of parasites and pests, my parents recently traveled to rural Tanzania to work at a school, so my mom had me prepared for every question to ask and all the side effects of ...
Since we were leaving, we were in search of Wisconsin cheese for Matt. Found some in Minnesota..close enough.. lol. We had to buy some ice and a quick breakfast. That was our only stop in Minnesota. We wanted to stop at the Spam museum, but missed the exit. Oh well, maybe next RV trip.
... of this site. Prior to the arrival of the European settlers, Native Americans quarried a particular red stone. Once the pipestone, as it is now called, was removed from deep trenches, Native carvers would create pipes that were used for sacred ceremonial occasions. To this day only Native Americans are permitted to harvest this valued pipe stone. Following the video, we took a walk around the grounds along a marked trial to see ...