Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Keystone
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Hello again all from Keystone SD at the base of Mt. Rushmore;
Sorry for no blog yesterday, the internet connection here is extremely slow and by the time we got back from dinner I didn't have the energy to wait it out. Instead we sat on our small balcony here at the KbarS Lodge and just stared up at the small piece of George Washington we can see from our the hotel. Even from almost 2 miles away the ...
... in forming, preserving, and growing this great nation of ours. I wanted to stay and look, and pray, and be thankful. We heard that there is a night program in which the faces are illuminated and the program concludes with the playing of the Star Spangled Banner. We look forward to experiencing that display some other time. Good bye , for now, thank you men!
Onward to North Dakota..... what will be our next stop? .........
... pick up your sled to ride the 2000 foot alpine slide to the bottom. They had two parallel tracks- a slow track and a fast track. Guess which one Poppy and Zoe took! We each had our own sled and was in control of our own destiny. I followed Zoe down the track but never saw her after the first turn. I saw her again at the bottom of the run where she stood grinning like a Cheshire Cat. I think she liked it. Well, the story continues as we were each given ...
... as always! We feel it's a "must see" for our visitors. After picking up a few groceries, we headed back to our place for dinner and Cathy made a version of her famous July 4th cake with pound cake, vanilla pudding cups, Cool Whip, bananas, and berries. It was delicious! At 7:00 pm there was musical entertainment under the big tent, provided by the Potter Family. We could hear fireworks off in the ...
... the highway, something we didn't see in the other states we passed through. They are unattractive and distracting, we think. The temperature rose to 105 degrees. We saw rain clouds in the distance, but other than about a minute of drops, we didn’t experience any rain.
We saw acres and acres of sunflowers that were ready to be harvested. I wish we could have seen them when they were in full bloom, but we were ...