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... under a flag of peace, after years of refusing to give up his land. When completed the memorial will stand 563 feet tall, and even as it stands you can fit all 4 of the presidents heads at Mount Rushmore into his face.
The following day we went back to Crazy Horse to see it in the light, before doing a short hike at Mount Rushmore to get a closer look. Mount Rushmore was interesting to find out about why the 4 presidents were ...
... turned south. We had been watching a big storm on the horizon and had a little rain. Arrived Custer State Park in the Black Hills about 3:30. On our way to the visitors center looked like there was snow on the hill sides and there was a lot of tree debris on the ground. A major thunderstorm storm with high winds and large hail (not snow) had just hit the park.
We were going to take a loop road around the southern edge of the park. We heard a ranger mentioning where ...
... us a little of Garden of the Gods--only with tan/brown rocks instead of the red rocks of Garden of the Gods.
The day was still windy and chilly, but we had packed a picnic and we were both determined to have our picnic. George pulled a picnic table into the sun and we enjoyed a beautiful picnic beside ...
Last night we had a nearly mystical experience. We arrived at the Crazy Horse Memorial in Custer, SD and toured the whole complex. For those of you unfamiliar with this place, it is one of a kind in the world. In 1948 a sculptor named Korczak Ziolkowski was contacted by two Lakota chiefs who asked him to create a monument to Crazy Horse. Korczak was already a young, prolific and award winning sculptor who was one of 1,000s that helped sculpt Mt. Rushmore ...
... lane each way, highway and I wondered where we might spend the night as it was seeming unlikely we would be able to just pull off the road. Then we got to Newcastle and Denis felt we were getting close to Custer, South Dakota so we carried on. We entered South Dakota, a new state for us, around 5:15pm and the non-descript sign wasn't apparent early enough to stop for a picture.
The final drive through the Black Hills and past Jewel ...
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