Holiday Inn Rapid City - Rushmore Plaza
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... to walk towards the dog stomping her feet. Luckily the owners dog listened to his demands to be quiet and not invoke the goat any more. The baby jumped for joy and they took off running into the woods, their fuzzy butts blending off into the snowy woods. We drove through deadwood (An old town hidden in the mountains) and wanted to go to Mammoth cave, they have fossils of over 60 mammoths and 3 woolly mammoths! but didn't have enough time for the hour out of they way drive. Next ...
... are two main things to do in Cody: the Buffalo Bill Historical Center; and the Cody Nite Rodeo. Alas, heavy rains the night before had reduced the main rodeo arena into a bit of a quagmire so the rodeo was cancelled. This has to be the biggest disappointment of the trip so far – we were really looking forward to the show and had raised Cameron’s excitement levels to bursting point. The Buffalo Bill Historical Center is excellent though and removed a wee bit of ...
... the result of the pine beetle. There definitely was no evidence of fire. We have seen many pine trees that are a rust color and dying but this area looked like a bomb or something had caused mass destruction. We were also detained by heavy road work going on. We crossed into Wyoming and had lunch in the town of Newcastle at Donna's Cafe - good home cookin'! It was just a ...
... I was a little girl I have heard of it again Gary not so much lol, Wall drug has been in business since 1931 an they would get people to stop by offering them free Ice Water and the people traveling would stop it was also the beginning of the billboards. They still offer Free water and 5 cent coffee but I forgot to get any lol but we did go shopping it has EXPANDED since 1931 matter of fact it is quite large all kinds of shops I had fun ...
... journey to go see the Crazy Horse Memorial; a mountain monument complex that is currently under construction, which has been this way since 1948! It depicts Crazy Horse, an Oglala Lakota warrior, riding a horse and pointing into the distance. The monument is being carved out of Thunderhead Mountain on land considered sacred by the Oglala Lakota, between Hill City and Mt. Rushmore. The head of Crazy horse will be 87 feet high, whereas the heads of the ...