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... past bison, pronghorn antelope and endless rolling hills. Then we continued on to a winding car sickness road. Uughh. After a few close calls (nobody threw up thank goodness) we stopped for a burger at a restaurant/lodge. We then continued on more winding roads to Mount Rushmore. Mount Rushmore was another huge mountain carving, but this time of USA's most famous presidents. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. Before this I ...
... is leading us, and your love supporting us; to the glory of your name. Amen.
(Pilgrims Guide to Durham Cathedral, source unknown)
Closing verse of the Prayers of the People:
May the light of God illumine the heart of my soul. May the flame of Christ kindle me to love. May the fire of the Spirit free me to life this day, tonight and forever.
(J. Philip Newell: Morning and Night ...
... would **** out again. But, being a sporadic issue, it didn't, thankfully. We finally arrived in Great Falls and sought out the local KOA. We've stayed at the other big camp in town and it is right by the hiway, so we thought we would give KOA a try. The expression cheek to cheek comes to mind here. We are packed in pretty tight, but there are mini forests between each site. There are tons of cabins in this KOA. Never seen this many...and some of them are ...
... to North Dakota in a week, we will be at 2000 feet - not much higher than our house in Cowiche!
The ride down the east side of Bozeman Pass was fast - I hit 47.1 mph, and Ann got over 40. It was almost like flying! As we descended, the countryside changed. We could tell we were leaving the mountains and entering the Great Plains. Fewer and fewer trees, more gently rolling landscape, ...
... again, a fascinating place to visit and a big part of the old west history. A forest ranger gave a description of the "last stand of custer" and we felt we were part of the action-he was a great story teller. The monuments also include the Indian side of events which is often overlooked. They felt they were taking a stand to keep their land rather than be shoved onto reservations. All quite interesting history. I've read books or seen stuff on the history channel and it has ...
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