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... herd in early morning. Took a while to make our way through but well worth it. We remained for about 45 minutes watching them as they migrated. Cattle tend to be much slower but these Bison move as they eat. Hence the herd can move a mile in 20-30 minutes as we watch.
Lots of photos, some with IPhone, some with big camera, some with Olympus small camera. We ...
... and off of the highway. Once clear of the construction the drive south was just good driving, with the exception of the speed traps every few miles. Not much in the wildlife sightings today, one mule deer sitting in a cattle herd and a couple of antelope. A few miles beyond Hill City is the Crazy Horse Monument. When I rolled up to the entrance I asked if there was a senior discount and was told no but there is ...
... will be 87 feet high; by comparison, the heads of the four U.S. Presidents at Mount Rushmore are each 60 feet high. If completed, it may become the world's largest sculpture. (http://crazyhorsememorial.org/5409/cra zy-horse-memorial-1950-1955/). We ended our day in Hill City at the Alpine Inn. This restaurant had been recommended to us by my cousins Cindy and Earl and it was as wonderful as described. There are only 2 things on ...
... Quaint, antique western architecture. Every other building is ...
... gift shop. We got some sweetgrass.
Then we drove through Custer National Park. We were looking for wildlife and we saw some but not a lot. But we did see a group of donkeys just hanging out at a Bison lookout! They must have been wild. They just stood there and some people were feeding them grass. They were cute.
We're going to an old Western town called Deadwood tonight.
update: Deadwood was quite ...
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