Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Dickinson
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We saw Mt. Rushmore in the morning, and learned so many facts regarding the planning and construction of the memorial! After watching the movie about the tedious and dangerous job 400 workers had in the carving of the site, it is amazing there were no deaths. The workers were suspended over the rock in swing seats, controlled by winches. No thank …
... one that was just a little to much for us. The park is laid out as a basic 36 mile paved loop road that starts and ends near the Visitors Center. So after watching the obligatory 20 minute movie and having a little chat with the ranger, we set out to follow the loop on the bike, stop at the scenic overlooks, and do a little short hiking on a couple of the trails near the loop road.
There were 3 or 4 Prairie Dog Towns, so ...
... to Dickinson and get the campsite, and we would probably be there between 5:15 and 5:30. (Four hours for 35 miles! That was based on a 10.5 mph average and some rest breaks.)
The wind continued to blow and we rode up the 6 miles of uphill out of Medora, mostly on I-94. Again, we expected some downhill after that, but it never seemed to come. Headwinds turn downhills into work. At about 36 miles we exited I-94 and took a break in the ...
... north entrance to the park that is commonly referred to as the Badlands, an apt name as it was definitely land and it looked bad. The Indians had coined the term badlands as it was such difficult land to traverse on foot. Luckily for us we had a car and were able to complete the 17 mile circuit easily albeit that we did have another close encounter with a bunch of road hogging bison..see video below. At this point I was not impressed. The landscape ...
... from ND. I hit the Walmart for supplies, loading up for the next five days of camping for our rural route through the rest of North Dakota.