Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Keystone
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... to move. They are so large in person. Stopped at a large bridge with a great overlook of a river. Wyoming is a beautiful part of the country. We stopped in Deadwood to eat a steak at Al Swearengen's Gem Saloon. We also went to see Wild Bill and Seth Bullock's graves. This week is Sturgis week so there were hundreds of bikers all over the Black Hills. Pretty cool to see all of the custom bikes. We ended the day at Mount Rushmore. Not bad for a travel ...
... were waiting for-a horseback ride. Zoe rode "Ike", a pretty Appaloosa, Yvonne rode "Pal", who did not like to be followed too closely and I was on "Red", and had to make sure he gave Pal adequate space. As a sign of the times we all had to sign waivers and wear helmets. The one hour trip was uneventful and the prettiest trail trip I have ever been on. We rode through pine forests and wild flower covered fields, crossed a small stream, and climbed a few hills. Zoe who got to ...
Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln have their faces carved into the
mountain. It not until you get here and walk through the avenue of the State
flags and look up and see what an unbelievable vision was had to undertake such
We watched the history presentation, and did the walking
tour around the various exhibits, a ...
... charge for the memorial. Sally was very impressed with the sculpture and said you had to see it to really appreciate it. We saw a short film, visited a gift shop, and shared (without argument) a Thomas Jefferson recipe Vanilla ice cream treat. Excellent but at $5.50 a scoop, it better be!. Drove west and found the Crazy Horse Mountain Carving but decided after Mt. Rushmore, why? From the town of Custer drove back into the park with short stops ...
After a lunch in Sturgis we went to Deadwood which is a very busy place. We drove down the main street a few times before we were able to find a spot to leave the car. They have "gunfights" in the streets so we pretended to be Tin Lizzie customers, parked in their lot and watched a short performance. They were very strict about parking and we heard them telling their customers as they ...