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... each nostril is 30 feet wide. Unlike most memorials that receive federal and state funding, Crazy Horse is funded completely by donations and concessions by choice (turned down federal grants of 10 million twice). Sculptor Ziolkowski, a believer in free enterprise felt Crazy Horse should be built by interested people not the taxpayer. Crazy Horse was chosen to be depicted in this memorial as a tribute to his people …a fearless leader and a humanitarian defending his ...
... European youth with heavy accents. I must say however the ice cream was quite good. Mom and Dad . .. Enjoy the picture of me eating ice cream and you don't get any!! Hahahha. Kevin . .. I had a revenge cone for your too! Ahhhhh revenge is sweet when it is the ice cream we eat!
From there I went a different Badlands route that looked like 12 miles of gravel . . . Turns out my shortcut was over 60 miles ...
... restaurant/casino that they had to "take their cars with them". Bob went in one door, dropped $7 in the slots and came out the other door. I went the long way around and we rendezvoused on the street. If the street performance had been any longer we might not have gotten away with it as Bob said they were really watching him!
We then went to the tourist info centre where I told them we had ...
... Once we finished there we headed to little big horn battlefield. At some point we stopped at a rest stop to well...you know! A trailering couple asked me how the tent trailer was holding up. I pretty much said, it's been ok. It's old so has some minor issues. He mentioned that it looked like it was tilting and to keep an eye on it because the axel on his old one split in two. Great, just what we need. Matt and Hugh finally got back from the bathroom (took ...
... yellow of the grasslands. Beautiful tall pine trees on both sides of the roads. Only one problem, there is a small pest, called a pine beetle, that has devastated these forests. They infect a tree, it dies, the needles turn brown, and the following year, it is just a twig standing in the forest. They are trying all sorts of things to combat this pest, and we saw a lot of clearing up of old ...
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