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WOW! What a day! We traveled through South Dakota today. We stopped at Mt. Rushmore to visit the presidents that are carved in stone. Can you name the four presidents? (Hint:TJ,GW,TR, AL)
it was a beautiful day with blue sky and temperature reaching 80. No long johns today!
After Mt. Rushmore we drove to Crazy Horse monument. It is still being worked ...
... rock formations. There wasn’t one blade of green anywhere, unless it was irrigated. Signs along the way told us that these rocks have been around for 3 billion years. Kind of mind boggling! After the desert, we climbed again to about 10,000 feet, through Bighorn Canyon and up to Big Horn National Forest, where we spent the night. We appreciated the cooler mountain air (only 21 degrees, rather than 36 degrees in Cody and the desert!) for ...
... and the walls are covered with framed posters and autographed photos of rodeo riders from the last fifty years.
When we take our first bites of our bison burgers, we both look at each other and telepathically agree. "Holy bison!...This is one of the best damn burgers we’ve ever had." They’re 1/3 pound, juicy and spiced just right. The only thing left on the plate are our tears in wishing there was more.
We arrived in Buffalo, Wyoming, from Cody, Wyoming, on Saturday, August 21. We stayed there only one night as we are heading to Hill City (Mount Rushmore) in the morning. We stayed at Deer Park RV Park. Really nice one. One of the first things we saw as we entered the park was, well, a deer. (Hence, the name "Deer Park". Later that day, we saw wild turkey right in front of our RV.
While we were in Buffalo, we ...