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... not open. Call a cardiologist for both of us! Ed calls the company, etc. The maintainence man in him found a fuse with a fault. When he attempted to take it out, it reconnected or some such and went back to green from red. That color change seemed really important. The slide out did slide out when he tried again. BUT, he thinks the fuse is broken inside the panel and may not operate consistently if the board is defective behind the fuses! BAD, since this is the bedroom slide ...
... to take a photo of the carving of the guy who started the rallys...skinny dude. So...I did and headed out to Mount Rushmore....a crowded place...and Rachel...you are right...Crazy Horse is so much more interesting....that is why I am at a campground right next to it tonight. I want to take the bus that I missed by about 10 seconds...in the morning to get up closer. I did go to the laser light show there ...
... pretty good. I think I drove about 30 miles....not bad for a first time. At least I know I can do it and can help driving from time to time.
Got to our campground in Kennebec around 4:00. It's pretty quite and is a good place to stay for the night.
Tomorrow we leave for the Badlands. Can't wait. We've been there before, but it is so worth seeing again given how close we are.
Miss you all, but this is one great experience.
... a bend in the road, and then have a pullout where you can get out of your car and see a place in the rock where there is a natural hole like the eye of a needle. Nature is pretty amazing.
There's one small sign telling about the place, but where you have to stand is nowhere near the sign, which was kind of interesting to watch, as families came
and figured it out, then saw the sight, then left. I got a neat picture of the formation with the ...
... a long string of mixed Canadian and granger rail trains. Really nice.
We got to Oacoma, SD right about time to call it a day, so looked for a nice camp spot along the Missouri River, which runs right through the area. Found a lovely spot right on the western shore of the river, and spent the evening watching boats travel up and down the river and the sun set against the east bank of the river. Very pleasant.