Mt. Rushmore's White House Resort
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... stop, so we didn't stop, we had too much to do today.
Then we stopped at Wind Cave. Paul and I did the Natural Entrance Cave Tour. We didn't actually go through the natural entrance. It was too small. This was a pretty easy tour. 300 steps, but most of them were going down. It was very cool to see inside a cave. We got to see the natural state of the cave, or also known as complete ...
... had arrived at the Elks Lodge in Rapid City. We gave them a tour of Hart Ranch, had an early dinner, and drove over to Mount Rushmore. We've never been there at night so it was a treat to see the Memorial lit up with a single light and we really enjoyed being entertained by the Air Force Academy ...
... but think Brooke may be the only one of us living long enough to see it,Spent 3 hours there.
Then we went a run into Rapid City for a look then back to Keystone and a 10 mile run out a windey mountain road.
now it is time to take a stroll over to the saloon for a few beers to take the dust out the throat.
still 88 degrees here at 6.39.
A few beers later and still stuffed after our lunchtime "salad" (half a vegetable garden with ...
... were snapping some pictures from close range, we were introduced to the
alpha male of the group. Possible driving to slow for his likings we began to
hear him vocalize his discomfort. Deep snorts and bellowing groans told us to
keep moving! One came behind our car as the herd was crossing in front of us
and came very close to nudging our bumper with his head, to push us along. Very
majestic creatures, but scary indeed!
... our way up this semi-mountain, but also our only way back down. So, Ryan and I made our way to the end of the trail, along some narrow ledges, while Dave and Debbie mustered the courage to descend "the ladder." By the time they reached the bottom, the trail was a bit backed up, and they had plenty of onlookers to cheer them on their return to safety. Check out our pictures -- we all made it back to the car (some with more speed and agility than others).