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... fee. I enjoyed the following hour or so. I’m not sure why exactly but it was nice wandering around the grounds, particularly as you can walk along the base of it through a forest away from the lazy crowds. The weather is near perfect and it’s just generally a nice place. The monument itself is pretty impressive, it’s perhaps not as large as I imagined but it’s cool nonetheless. A couple of Americans took our pictures in return for us taking theirs. They ...
Since we started traveling, we generally do not have long sight-seeing days. Partly because we do not need to cram everything into one long day—we can take our time and really enjoy each moment and each sight. We also tend to have shorter days because I (Lisa) still have a lot of days that I struggle with pain. It seems like the longer ...
... and off of the highway. Once clear of the construction the drive south was just good driving, with the exception of the speed traps every few miles. Not much in the wildlife sightings today, one mule deer sitting in a cattle herd and a couple of antelope. A few miles beyond Hill City is the Crazy Horse Monument. When I rolled up to the entrance I asked if there was a senior discount and was told no but there is ...
... great place. There was a pool with a slide, another pool and a hot tub, playgrounds, basketball courts, and many other things to keep the kids occupied. I had fun walking the dogs and Simba of course. It's like a three ring circus when it comes to going outside. Everyone but Newman want to go.
Enjoy the pictures. We are having fun, but I miss my family and friends! Love you.
... movie. Sheer walls of rock straight up, considered sacred by the Indian Tribes, and a challenge to the rock climbers. We walked around the 1 ½
mile base and counted at least 10 of these crazies at various stages of
progress. Some appeared to be using ropes, others free climbing. No matter how, it really looked dangerous from out vantage point. Had a very brief question of one of ...
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