Hampton Inn Rapid City
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Headed out to Mt. Rushmore about 10 a.m. Toured the park, took some cool pics and watched a short movie on the creation of Mt. Rushmore. Before we left we ate some ice cream. I opted for TJ's flavor, which was vanilla. This is important because TJ happens to be referring to Thomas Jefferson. Apparently, in addition to being the principal author of …
Left Omaha, Nebraska around 10 am for a 7 1//2 hour drive to Rapid City, South Dakota. We stopped at a brewery in Sioux Falls, SD for lunch. Right after Sioux Falls, we started seeing the signs for Wall Drug, one of the world's most well known tourist stops located on the edge of the South Dakota Badlands. The amount of Wall Drug signs you see can …
... Ranger talk called 'Where have all the Bison gone?', and it was a fascinating history of how Bison were slaughtered to near extinction in the late 19th century. Government intervention in the early 20th century helped to bring Bison numbers back to a sustainable amount, and now there are approximately 500,000 Bison in private herds in the U.S., and 30,000 in Government herds. We feel very fortunate to have seen these magnificent beasts in their natural ...
... and an elk. He said it was the 1st elk he had seen in 3 months.
On the way back to the hotel, I asked everyone what was the thing coolest think they learned about today.
Bill: Matt told us that they tallest point in the park is Mt. Coolidge. You can see 3 states from the top. Also, from the park, you can see Mt. Harnee which is the tallest point in SD. You can see 5 states from there. There is no taller point ...
... prairie dogs, and wild mules. Cindi our tour guide even had carrots in a cooler to feed the mules! They are slow eaters - even eating with their mouths closed so I gave some carrots to children in a car behind us.
We enjoyed lunch which Cindi brought for us as part of our package. We shared a table with another family from Chicago. After lunch we continued on through the Black Hills and passed a caravan of John Deere Tractors with USA flags ...