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... stops included. Oh, how I was mistaken...About halfway through my drive, the wind on I-90 kicked up to 40-50mph. This was not great news for my tiny car. What's more, shortly after the gusts began, so did the lightning storm. I won't lie, it was pretty sweet to look at, but the accompanying rain required me to stay focused on the road. But the sky did clear up eventually, and I finally was able to get off the interstate. I wasn't out of the woods yet, ...
... There's an amphitheater that seats 2,500 people at the base of the monument. Apparently the amphitheater used to seat only 800, but they had to rebuild it because of the size of the crowds.
At any rate, the info on-site is incredible, as is the story of what all went into carving the mountain. The U.S. Park Service does a good job of presenting the information.
After the illumination of the mountain at dusk, the ranger ...
... even before I discovered the Blue Bell Stables. There were horses saddled up and ready to go. I might want to come back later? We branched down the Wildlife Loop Road. This is where we saw herds of buffalo and a pair of antelope surprised us along the road. Oops! We actually drove down a dirt trail and got the bike a little dusty but it was well worth it. We headed for home on Hwy ...
We hiked to Nymph Lake and were going to go on another half mile to Dream Lake but the trail was very snowy, I had the wrong footwear and the trail sort of disappeared. We didn't want to get lost and were a little short on time so we headed back down. Even so, with the altitude and inclines, a mile and a half seemed like exercise.
We stopped in town and got coffee at a nice place called Kind ...
... taller then the Washington Monument on top of the mountain.
Started in 1948 by Korczak Zoilkowski, alone at the behest of chief Standing Bear, it is still being worked on with only private ...