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I wanted to post some pictures from my travels on 9/22. Today I traveled from the Wisconsin Dells, WI to Rapid City, SD. Over 720 miles! This is going to be a very short blog as I am headed to bed, but will update it very soon. Major highlights today included Great Bluff State Park (MN), Spam Museum (Austin, MN), The Jolly Green Giant Statue (Blue …
... on camping near Sibley Lake, but not only was it snowed in, the lake is partially frozen. Just like the government. Sadie had fun romping and rolling in the snow and made friends with a chocolate lab named Henry (110 lbs). Big fella. Tired of driving and not willing to shovel snow to camp, we are enjoying the hunters's special at Big Bear Lodge. They are also planning buttermilk fried chicken for dinner - all you can ...
... The big motorcycle rally was in Sturgis last week, and a couple came through here pretty drunk on a bike. Once they drove through, the girl decided it would be fun to come back through with her shirt off. Well that was great, but after the third time she had driven through shirtless, I told her OK honey, we've seen them - can you move on now?"
Third Story: "We get to know a lot of emergency professionals ...
The Plan - Drive to Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial and Custer State Park What really happened - Determined today to do touristy things and there is nothing more essential on a tourist itinerary through central US than Mount Rushmore. We set off early but it is still packed when we get there. Still no Brits, but now there are some Japanese tour groups to add to Americans. First glance is from far away and after seeing it so much on TV, the initial reaction is that ...
... The title passed through countless of generations during the subsequent centuries - including to Gutzon!
The carvings on Mount Rushmore were begun in 1927, and work stopped in 1941 after Gutzon's death the same year. Europe was at war, Japan would soon attack Pearl Harbor, funds for the project dried up and went to the rearmament of U.S. forces.
Today millions each year travel to Mount Rushmore to see for themselves this magnificent site. ...
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