Holiday Inn Express Custer
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the arm will be, but the video describing the sculptor, his family, and their work on the monument is very entertaining!
At our campsite, Rees and I made dinner while the kids climbed up the HUGE hills surrounding our campsite. They love exploring and climbing on the enormous rocks and cliffs. Since the weather was considerably cooler (in the 40s!), we made a campfire (our first this trip!) and sang campfire ...
... and dairies that had dominated our view for the past few days gave way to wheat fields and beef cattle. A few fields of sunflowers even cropped up to brighten up the drive. The roads were smooth, and the winds we had battled yesterday had disappeared. The motorcycles we had seen on the road yesterday were mere heralds of the hordes of bikes who passed us today, all headed to Sturgis. About three hours into the trip, we did ...
We started off today with a visit to Reptile Gardens. I visited this park with my parents when I was a kid and again with my teenage kids. We went to all the shows at least once. The visit brought back old memories. It was also just as exciting now as it was when I was younger. We spent about 5 hours at the ...
... lifetime - not to mention I heard on the down-low that Korczak's design may be flawed and the outstretched arm will never be able to support itself. The project is not state or federally funded, it's funded by donations and admission fees to the memorial. And to put the size of the thing into perspective, the Mt Rushmore carvings would fit into the head of Crazy Horse. It's a massive undertaking and when they finish it ...
... but this 6.2 mile hike was definitely a good workout! It was exciting for us to reach our goal and be up close and personal with Crazy Horse! After the hike we toured around the Information Center and grabbed a bite of lunch. On the way home we stopped at the Prairie Berry Winery to do some wine tasting. This winery is ...