Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Hill City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... II began. Borglum’s son, Lincoln, did additional work on the hair, collars, and lapels before all carving stopped. Each figure had its own unveiling: Washington in 1930, Jefferson in 1936, Lincoln in 1937, and Roosevelt in 1939.
Borglum, who was extremely patriotic, selected these presidents because of their ability to govern or lead in times of great difficulty. Washington was chosen because he returned to lead over and over ...
... wild burros, who are munching on the grass, while ignoring the cars. One dark colored burro charges at four burros, who scatter. A small white burro bucks at the one who started the ruckus. Once things calm down, two of the burros start to walk in the street. They go up to a guy standing outside his truck. They obviously know him and hang around him, but when it’s obvious he’s not going to give them any food, they start down ...
... wanted to see St Joe Antiques Mall. There were two stories of stalls loaded with antiques and other peoples' stuff (junk). It's amazing how we think we need all this stuff and in the end it actually out lives us and our survivors don't know what to do with it. Do we need hundreds of salt and pepper collections? On the way home we picked up some groceries. It was another great ...
... direction, and as you approach you honk the horn and then go through. I, of course, exited the vehicle to stand in the middle of the road and take pictures. You couldn't see Mount Rushmore through the tunnel, just fog, but it seemed like the thing to do.
We reached the memorial. Parking was GREAT because... fog. We went to the viewing area - from the viewing platform above the auditorium you could see fog. That's it - nothing. ...
... shone brilliantly, illuminating their granite faces spectacularly. We were the only visitors to the park at this time of morning so we could take in all it had to offer privately. It was a cool, crisp 26 degrees with a wind that made the granite surroundings seem even colder.