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Today was a busy day. Hiked with the ladies from Rapid City from Judson Camp to Horse Thief Lake. Then we went to Keystone for icecream. It was after the icecream treat that I ran into Big Dave, a 7' 2" cowboy that performs in a cowboy show at the Red Garter Saloon. So of course, I had to have a picture! Then Lolly, Val and I split from the girls to go and do some geocaching. We found about five caches but I had to be home by 5:00 pm so we headed home about 4:00 pm. Around ...
Today we took off in search of adventure. Copious amounts of research prior to this trip revealed that there were several scenic drives in the area that actually could be linked up into one long one. The total loop was only 62 miles long with an estimated drive time of 2 hours….6 hours later we were home and totally satisfied.
Nearly all of the drive was in Custer ...
... outside of Hill City, South Dakota we promptly signed up for the shuttle that went to Mount Rushmore for the night lighting ceremony. It was a bonus that our shuttle left at 7 PM, arriving 10 minutes later. The Ceremony was 9-9:30 with a return to the campground at 10 PM. That allowed us plenty of time to see the Memorial in daylight as well as at night. The pictures will have to speak for the wonder that is Mount Rushmore. We ...
... same size as Kaitlin. This took us
almost 2 hours because we found an awesome second hand bookshop while
we walked. Even though it was after 7pm, it was still open. Kaitlin
found 4 books in the series she is reading, Josh found the next 5 in
his series. Everyone was happy.
When we got back Josh mentioned a $5
movie theatre we had passed so Josh and Ben went out at 930pm to
watch a late night movie. While they were gone ...
... Jefferson, Lincoln, and Roosevelt would be better suited to a monument. Of course, detractors and critics disagreed with the carving and the choices, but Congress funded the project, after some finagling by Borglum and U.S. Senator Peter Norbeck. Work commenced in October 1927. The carving was to take 5 years and cost $500,000. In reality, it took 14 years and one million dollars. The carving ended in 1941 when Borglum suddenly died and ...
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