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 ...
... of The Corn Palace. Basically a giant warehouse of **** you can buy. But the warehouse is covered in corn. Odd yes but we thought it was interesting. Then on to the Badlands (breathtakingly beautiful) and of course a stop at Wall Drug. How could we not. Porters fav of the day Wall Drug. Natalie's favorite was the Badlands "it's amazing that Nature made this, so cool!" And if course Brooke"Mom, at the Corn Palace, there was a Christmas tree, that was ...
... the looks of our fierce dog.
We may sleep with the windows open tonight. We have the internet and cable TV, so life is good.
(John) The day got off well. I woke up early this morning and I just looked at my wife asleep without all that look good stuff on and I am just amazed that she is still the most beautiful person to me. We left the camp at Sioux Falls and headed for the nearest gas station. Gas buddy ...
We ventured into Keystone SD to see the historic Mount Rushmore. This is something you can't describe! Wow, it was so neat to see it in person! For most of us, this was a first! How cool. After Mt Rushmore we headed to Deadwood for a refreshing beer And burger at Mustang Sally's. Pretty relaxing sitting outside listening to the sound if all the Harleys getting ready for Sturgis and drinking a cold one! Much needed! Isn't that what tourists ...
... we entered the Memorial area, we approached a walkway lined with state flags, with the faces of the Presidents framed in the distance. The sight of Mount Rushmore, much closer now, suddenly made me shake, and as I said to Brandy and Gerrit, "I'm actually shaking at the sight", I felt an intense rush of emotion and my eyes filled with tears. I couldn't believe how it affected me, so sudden and so strong. It took my breath away, not just the monument ...