Days Inn Custer
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... What is its revenue (we paid $28 at the gate to get in)? What are its expenses, and more importantly, to whom are those paid (we're guessing a big chunk goes to salaries for certain family members)? Etc. etc. To Mark it seemed that the American Indian, even when it comes to a memorial, got screwed over once more by the white man and his promises. ...
... was wrong on every level. We did stop at an outside bar called Side Hack Bar for a Margarita (I was so thirsty and it tasted so good!). Apparently they have pretty good bands and there was a topless girl performing acrobatics on very long curtains. She didn't seem to have any fear of heights or anything else, for that matter. We had enough of this craziness and mayhem and headed for home; planning on stopping somewhere for dinner - or so ...
... There is a crew of about 15 who work daily on the monument. Blasting occurs at least once a week. Eighty million tons of rock have been blasted from the granite outcropping since the project began. An onsite facility processes the rock into gravel and building block. Shoe size chunks of rock are piled into a wooden bin inside one of the buildings for visitors to take. Paul and I each selected one to bring home.
We were given passes ...
... storm that wafted right across the monument and into the face of Crazy Horse. It was as if the whole thing had been planned this way! But it was all of the pieces of nature fitting together so perfectly. The cloud dissipated and the laser show began. It was a very, very special night.
We camped out nearby and at about 11am the next morning, the thunder started again and drops fell from the sky. Soon it became a roaring downpour, and then big ...
We left the Badlands in am to Rapid City as Ruby's camera was not working properly and Stewart's front bike rim was out of true so we thought we needed to buy a camera and fix the rim. We were able to get the rim trued quickly by Tim of Acme bike shop who was very helpful and Ruby purchased a camera at Best Buy. We then drove through the Black Hills National Forest to Custer State Park. THe Black Hills are covered in Ponderosa pine and ...