Adoba Eco Hotel Rapid City/Mt. Rushmore
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Saturday 23rd August 2014, Day 9: On the bus at 7.40 for a big day - had been raining overnight, but we managed to turn the sunshine on, headed for Bear Park USA. The sign says 'the animals are free to roam around, we are to stay in our cage'. A wonderful setting for the animals, Cory did the guiding. Black bears are local to this area, the other …
Friday 22nd August, Day 8: Leaving Billings at 7.30am to get to the Little Bighorn Battlefield Monuments to hear a ranger/a volunteered army person give a talk. Today is another 3 day state: from Montana to Wyoming to South Dakota, heading over the Black Hills, so quite a bit of driving. The Little Bighorn Battle is where Custer was defeated in …
... days later I’m enjoying the sweet aroma of one of the free sweet-smelling things they gave to Holly that found its way to our rear-view mirror. Go Scentsys!!]
Anyway, owing to its ties to Lewis and Clark and the deal brokered by Thomas Jefferson, the St. Louis Arch is officially also known as the Gateway to the West. And so it seemed appropriate that the arch would serve as our departure point for the country’s Midwest ...
We left Deadwood and drove to see the Crazy Horse Memorial which is still under construction. It is huge! We really enjoyed our time there, but rushed off to see Mt. Rushmore. It was great, but you could fit 4 Mt. Rushmores into the Crazy Horse Memorial. We should have spent more time at Crazy Horse. After Rushmore we drove to Rapid City and back to the Hilton Garden Inn. We had a great dinner at Texas Road ...
... the same, just beautiful vistas and outstanding examples of eroded geologic history.
Onward west to the Black Hills of South Dakota, and island oasis in the great plains. Really, if you look at a topographic map of the country, you’ll see the mountain chains of the Rocky’s, Appalachian Mountains…but then in the middle of the country is one little or big rather blip of topography, out of nowhere. The ...