Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Keystone
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... Some of the workers at Mount Rushmore were interviewed, and were asked, "What is it you do here?" One of the workers responded and said, "I run a jackhammer." Another worker responded to the same question, " I earn $8.00 a day." However, a third worker said, "I am helping to create a memorial." The third worker had an idea of what they were trying to accomplish.The workers had to endure conditions that varied from blazing hot to bitter cold ...
... was the highlight of my trip so far! Following a few hours at the park, we continued onto Keystone. Keystone was much closer to Mount Rushmore than expected (about 4kms). It was really the small town America feel, with a population of about 300 people. Our first stop on our free day in Keystone was Mount Rushmore for a quick group photo. We then made our way to the Custer State Park, about 45 minutes down the road, which is similar to the reserve parks at home. It was set up ...
... all by myself. And I was four or five miles from any other campsite. It would be dangerous to try and get out of the truck, anyway. I had to stay put. "It will stop soon" was quickly followed by, "Why isn't it stopping?" As the chunks of ice got bigger, and the sound on the roof got more intense, I started to shift to safety mode. What if all the glass broke? Honestly, I was wishing I had a hockey helmet! Instead, as my fears started to get the better of me, I ...
Day 2; Stop 2: Keystone, South Dakota A short drive away from Crazy Horse we started the climb up to Mount Rushmore. The hills opened up into towers of granite and thick forest, leaving breathtaking views around every corner. We came to a pullover stop to take pictures of a gorgeous mountain (not realizing it was actually the back side of Mount Rushmore). In the distance a man in red was scaling the huge mountain; I ...
... when I woke up the next morning it had kept myself and everything else inside completely dry and had stayed up despite all of the wind. Definitely a good buy!!
The next morning I left to make my way to Montana, but first I stopped along the way to see Mount Rushmore. I got there early in the morning, just after it had opened, which turned out to be a good thing because it was nearly empty. Although none of the shops ...