Travel Blogs from Keystone
We have decided to visit the Crazy Horse Memorial on the way. This huge project, slated to be world's largest stone sculpture, is the Native American's answer to Mount Rushmore. Crazy Horse was a Lakota Sioux indian chieftain who fought against General Custer at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876. The complex, with a US$ 10.00 admission fee …
Breakfast at the hotel looks pretty unappetizing, so we decide to pop across the road to a likely looking restaurant. The price of the breakfast seems high considering everything is served on paper plates and styrofoam cups. There is quite a queue, which doesn't seem to be moving at all, so decide to leave this place to the tourists and go straight …
... couple of miles down the road his big brothers were waiting for us! Stunning to see the herd of hundreds roaming the prairie. A few miles further on we were met by a gathering of what are known as the Begging Burros. They are not shy and will stick their head in the car window looking for treats, as you can see from one of the pics. We fed them some of our snacks that we had with us so we are friends for life!
We later stopped at a dried ...
Last night we went out to Custer, where the Crazy Horse memorial is. It is similar to mount Rushmore where they are carving someone into the Black Hills, but this is a much larger carving. It is of an indian chief called Crazy Horse. It was amazing. They started in ...
... population 327). We entered Custer State Park and saw the most amazing scenery and drove through about 5 tunnels through the mountains - some of the tunnels were single lane and too narrow for our motor home to drive through. But the motorcyclists were having a great time zooming around all the curves. I noticed a lot of dead pine trees - victims of the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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