Days Inn Custer
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... with the mirrors in!
So the whole point is to see the needle eye in the rock. Stood right under it and didn't look up to know it was there! The thing was, there were so many people there in that one little spot and no one was looking at it. They were all looking at the tunnel. Charlie missed it completely but I happened to look up as we backed out the truck and there it was! Quick. Snap a picture. Done. Charlie says if that's the only thing we miss on this trip we are doing ...
... privately funded (nonprofit) enterprise now run by the deceased sculptor's family. The entrance fee, gift shop and restaurant all serve to fund the ongoing project. It is by no means even close to being finished and is still years and years away from completion.
When we got back to our campsite, we enjoyed gin and tonics followed by a steak on the griddle and a fire afterwards - a great way to end the ...
... to address some issues that my Indian Chief Vintage is having. Indian of Sturgis, who I have interacted with on Facebook in the past, is being very accommodating and has already been in contact with Eagle Rider, the company from which we rented the motorcycles.
We've been extremely blessed as far as weather is concerned. We've heard accounts of severe weather passing through areas just ...
... for him and his children still do to this day. He was originally working on Mount Rushmore but was requested specifically for Crazy Horse. Crazy Horse is estimated to be 195 meters wide and 172 meters high. The head of crazy horse is measured at 27 meters - and the final product is to include a horse and part body. The sculptor is funded completely without American government support, I think that's maybe why it will take so long to complete! After ...
... there and they seemed to be delighted to be petted and fed by some of the folks that were there with the tractor group. These folks were from all over the place both local and out of state. I guess they haul them in like the Model A clubs do for a rally, and their big moment was driving the Wildlife Loop in Custer State Park. Made our day for sure!
Driving today we saw amazing and unbelievable rock formations, pigtail bridges, and three ...