Mt. Rushmore's White House Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... blew - what a kick! After reaching Hill City, we had lunch at the Alpine Inn then drove up to Boyd's Antiques. We always enjoy perusing through all the "stuff" and chatting with the owner. Unfortunately, we can't pack too much in the trunk of the Spyder so we walked away empty handed. We continued north on Hwy 385 past Sheridan Lake which is a reservoir. The town of Sheridan was originally a gold mining camp ...
... caught as we got off the bus, a hail storm. We were under a small walkway huddled together, trying not to get hit by hail!!!! Well the skies cleared, we tried to dry off with the hand drier in the restroom before going to see the heads of the Presidents. Was pretty good. When we got back on the bus, Todd (tour director) refused my Australian Flag, so I gave it to George (our Driver) to display at the ...
... was pointing towards his lands, which are where his people are buried.
The sculpting work continues and is directed by Korczaks widow, and 7 of his children. Work is entirely funded by entry fees, and local artisans who sell their Indian crafts etc in the center. When finished it will house a hospital and a university dedicated to the studies of the Plains Indians. It is an extraordinary feat and place, to me more impressive than Mt Rushmore because it is ...
... re-tried and it wasn't double jeopardy because the first trial was illegal as they were all trespassing by being in the Black Hills in the first place.
The tour took us around town and to the cemetery. The Wild Bill tombstone has been recreated in bronze and is fenced off. People have put all sorts of tributes at its base (coins, scratch lottery tickets, sunglasses). I even saw a couple ...
Spectacular! It is exactly how I remember it. Got to take a little hike up to get an even closer look. I can't help but think the amount of time and hard work that goes into sculpting such a enormous sculpture and how incredibly in shape I would be. I think that's going to my new workout regimen. Just carve a sculpture on the side of the mountain 12 hours/day. Sounds good to ...