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... it was going to be just a tourist trap - an unfinished sculpture - why would you bother? It was worth the trip though. The sculptor Korczak Ziolowski - a polish orphan - was asked by Lakota Chief Standing Bear ro come to the Black Hills and carve the mountain. His letter said "My fellow Chiefs would like the white man to know that the red man has great heroes also." So at age 40 with hardly any money to his name, he set out to carve the mountain - with dynamite ...
... eight years old petting them first so I figured I was safe. LOL. Road some pretty nice twisty roads on Needles Highway and iron Mountain Road. On iron Mountain Road there were a few tunnels carved out of the stone and as we rode through them you can see Mount Rushmore in the background very very cool. From there we visited Mount Rushmore and then stopped in historic keystone ...
... for miles! Phoebe: Look! I can see our house! Me: Not that many miles. As we approached Rapid City: Claire- "Look! Civilization! Is this still South Dakota?" Oriah: "Finally! People! I think all the people must live here, because all we saw the other miles were cows." Phoebe: "Look! I can see our ...
It's another sunny day for swimming and Pickleball. At 10:00 am Murray took the motor bike back to the Can Am dealer to see if they could unlock the front storage compartment. Meanwhile, I walked over to check out the Craft Fair at the pavilion. They have everything there from kitchen accessories and Tupperware to jewelry, linens, skin products and paintings. Too bad ...
... much more scenic views. A few miles on, granite sky-scrapes the world; grooved, it looks like a crown above the trees. Round the curve and you'll happen upon Horsetheif Lake. It's a gorgeous and tranquil body of water, worth stopping at, even if it's just to take a little break. And then, there they were, carved by master craftsmen, facing the world they helped found and direct. But again, commercialization isn't what we're after, and the parking lot to ...