Holiday Inn Express Custer
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and is still 60-90 years off of completion. What I enjoyed hearing about was Korczak Ziolkowski and his unbelievable resilience to take the project on and for a long time doing most of the work by himself! He actually ended up having 10 children to help and support him through the project. It's a huge shame that he never saw it finished, as most of us won't, but a great story of dedication regardess. Crazy Horse was stabbed in the back by ...
... on a very narrow paved road which had no route number. It was another 40 miles to Wounded Knee and another 20 to Pine Ridge and we felt like we were at the end of the world. After a mile, found a place to turn around and went back to Scenic. We were disappointed we could not visit the Wounded Knee Memorial and Chief Red Cloud' s grave site. However, at Scenic, a mostly deserted town, we took pictures of some of the old buildings.
Continued west to the edge of Rapid ...
Before today, I had never seen a burro in the wild.
We both love any opportunity to wildlife—so this was a great day.
There were single lane tunnels along the roads.
After being in awe at all of the wildlife, we start through the Needles area of Custer State Park. ...
Today we visited the Crazy Horse Memorial taking the bus tour to the front area of the carving and returning in the evening for the laser light show...even though it was raining with tornado warnings! In the afternoon we drove to Jewel Cave NM and took the scenic 1 1/2 hour tour into the ...
... are plentiful and appear to mostly hang out in herds, unlike the way lesser amount of deer I spotted. Once we stopped at the rest area in Moorcraft, debating the route to take, a chance chat with another person who stopped there supported Denis' route so we left I-90 and headed east on the 16 ... said to be more scenic and a shorter route to Mount Rushmore. Parts of the beginning were not much different than the I-90 except it was a two ...