Days Inn Custer
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... elevator back up to the surface. This cave was shaped many years ago, so the features were not like a cave still being formed. Pretty neat place.
Then we went over towards Rapid City to the Cosmos Mystery Area. The story goes that this area has forces that contradict traditional norms. For example, tennis balls that roll up hill and level surfaces that ...
... an intricate carving of the famous Indian towered above the visitor center. After a short film about the monuments incredible history we walked outside to view the still in progress work. A 60-foot tall head looked over the Black Hills, a barley developed arm stretched out over the block of granite below. For the years of work put into it, I was blown away by its beauty and size, and its projected final ...
... a few months after his father's death. Mount Rushmore is incomplete? Yes, it was initially intended to have more than just the four faces. It was intended to be from the waist up, as you can see in Borglum's 1 : 12 scale model.
The Crazy Horse Memorial on the other hand started in 1947 and so far only has a face to show. At this pace, it ...
... being scenic, it's numerous hair pin curves, short one way tunnels and pig tail bridges. A lot of curves and up and down grades. We made one stop a parking area at the only overlook. Took us about an hour to 12 miles.
Arrived Mt Rushmore 6 pm and spent two hours there. The entrance to the memorial is breath taking. It has changed quite a bit since Kathy first visited Mt Rushmore at age four. There is a striking view of the four presidents as you walk up a stoned ...
... real-life stuff (with the comforts of electricity and wi-fi being at our leisure). We milked the 11 am check out time to the last minute, then headed to the St. Louis Arch. What we (OK, Ronnie) thought would be a 1 hour excursion ended up closer to 3, but it was worth it. Seriously everybody, you’ve got to go visit the Arch in your lifetime….it is special.
In the waiting line, we got to hang out with a bunch of ...