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... clothing, art, flags of all the 600 Native nations, paintings, and photographs. The highlight of our visit was a demonstration of Lakota Sioux "grass stomper" tribal dances. Explaining to us some of the customs of his tribe, the dancer detailed the meaning of his tribal dress which he learned from his elders. He wore bright yellow clothing which had been made of sea grass and a yoke type vestment indicating the grass stomper was a servant ...
... visitor's center after riding through much of Badlands National Park.
We tried to stop by for a quick lunch in Scenic, South Dakota, but found once again the down seemed to be deserted. The buildings were true to the town's name, however, styled after an old western town.
We arrived in Rapid City around 4 pm, so with the extra time we decided to tour ...
... br> I've got to get our "tech guru" Will to add some photos!
Family Folklore: Before we left for this trip we had all kinds of ideas-Will has to play the saxophone in every state, Mei has to kick a soccer ball, take pictures of every "Welcome to __________" at the state lines. Reality set in and none of these ideas came to fruition! Our hotel, Guest House Hotel was ...
... for keystone, where we already had our room keys ready and our bags were in our room. We checked into our hotel room and went back out again to explore this quaint town. There are a lot of people around and we only had about 30 minutes before we had to get ready for our optional dinner at Crazy Horse. There are heaps of resin made products around, everything is kinda cheesy and its like the china made snot at Salamanca market. The Sturges T-shirts, neckachiefs and head ...
What the first discoverers must have made of the Badlands cannot be imagined. No vegetation, just rock that resembles solid sand dunes – a harsh place. To walk one mile in any direction here would be a tortuous experience, extreme climbs, dips, temperatures – hence the term Badlands – no navigable and certainly nothing to sustain life. The sediment ...