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... then went to the Adams museum. This is a museum about the history of the town. Lots of different things to see here, we spent a bit of time learning about the history of the town and its people. After this museum i walked over to the station and had a look around, it was just more information about the town and its later life before recovery due to tourists. There was also information on how the town burned down a few times. I then had a look at the street shows still going on, ...
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 ...
... were open yet, I was able to walk right up to the balcony overlooking the mountain without fighting off other tourists for a spot. The sky also had the early morning golden glow to it, which made it that much more wonderful to look at. It was a perfect way to end my very first visit to South Dakota, and after spending some time watching the sun rise next to the famous faces, I hopped back in the car and started driving west again.
... in front of us. Once again we were reminded of the dangers we face when cruising down the open highway. We finally reached Sturgis and after lunch we wandered around the main drag checking out the stores which were loaded with Rally T-shirts and memorabilia. The shop keepers appeared relaxed and ready for the pending big event. After noticing the ominous ...
After spending the night in Sundance we headed to Mt Rushmore, in SD......via a certain store in Hill City called Granite Sports. Ralph having decided that life wouldn't be complete without a Go Pro camera. Of course now that we have it, needless to say it requires reading all the way through a manual with teeny tiny writing plus a bunch of software downloading to be done. Internet access isn't widely available in National Parks, so the full capabilities of this ...