Mt. Rushmore's Washington Inn & Suites
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I would recommend staying there anytime, but be warned. The parking lot is very small and very tight in fitting the cars in. If you can't find a place, you will have to wait until after 10pm and park on the street.
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... our hometown Chicago and the highlight of our trip, Labor Day weekend with our daughters Heather and Lauren, their husbands Jared and Adam and our two beautiful granddaughters Isabella and Emma. To say we are extremely excited is a huge understatement.
We're not sure how far on that journey we'll get tomorrow but we'll let you know. Until then, stay tuned.
Angelo and Mary.
Hi again! We are trying to catch up with our stops as we have been in Minot- we will get 'er done!
Friday, the day we left , we did a great amount of sightseeing in South Dakota. There is so much to see and do outside of Rapid City SD. After lunch in Hill City we went to Mt. Rushmore National Monument. Besides anxiously waiting to get to Rachel in Minot, we were anxious to see this monument! After seeeing this monument in books for ...
... was a museum volunteer and veteran of the Vietnam War. He was standing near a F-100 "Super Saber" airplane built by North America. He told us how he flew a plane like this in the Vietnam War and was shot down twice but managed to escape capture by running and diving into a rescue helicopter. Wow, the stories he could tell! We returned home with a deeper appreciation of the military which protects our country and the freedom we sometimes take for ...
... Then.... they turned the lights on the memorial. It was great.
The next day started out with clear blue sky's and about 80. We went back and spent quite a bit of time walking around the memorial and walking along the Presidents Trail. I happened to look over and saw a Nanny and kid goat. They were not 6 feet away. Later on down the trail I spotted a Billy sitting on a BFR in ...
... which is a work in progress of the Native American known as crazy horse. Work on it has been going for about 65 years, and so far they have finished the face and are working on the extended arm and horse he is riding. This thing is so big that all 4 Rushmore presidents fit into his face alone. It's being created via donation and goodwill by a small family of workers, which is why it's taking so long to create. I think it will be past my lifetime before its ...