High Country Guest Ranch
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... Jefferson, Lincoln, and Roosevelt would be better suited to a monument. Of course, detractors and critics disagreed with the carving and the choices, but Congress funded the project, after some finagling by Borglum and U.S. Senator Peter Norbeck. Work commenced in October 1927. The carving was to take 5 years and cost $500,000. In reality, it took 14 years and one million dollars. The carving ended in 1941 when Borglum suddenly died and ...
... never understood the difference between a bison and a buffalo, but I finally do. This information board does explain that American bison are different from buffalo since different buffalo species exist in South American and in Southeast Asia. The term “buffalo” for “bison” was used in the “mid-1800s from the French word, “les boeufs.” meaning oxen and beef cattle.”
In the same area ...
... of the ceremonies invited all active and former military to the stage for the retirement of the colors (the lowering of the flag). There were probably about 200 folks who proceeded to the stage. Nancy was fascinated that when the ranger called the group to Attention, and then to Right-Face (turn 90 degrees to the right), the whole group did so without hesitation and with no one facing the wrong way. I guess once you've learned how to do all ...
... br> Tonight we are in Bozeman, MT. Saw the funniest bumper sticker I've seen in a long time on an RV here in the campground: The Green Coalition of Gay Loggers for Jesus. I can't even type it without laughing. Guess it pretty much touches all the bases. Greg was wondering if they meet in a telephone booth. How many of them can there actually be?
We drove through Deadwood on the way back to the RV.
We also drove through Sturgis. We were anxious to get home, so we didn’t stop in Deadwood or in Sturgis—but we were glad to have seen both. Sturgis seemed to be primarily made up of bars, t-shirt stores and motorcycle ...