Rushmore Express Keystone
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Travel Blogs from Keystone
... get gas and saw that the whole side of the gas canopy was plastered with leaves and debris that had blown off the trees across the street and covered just about every flat surface there was on the canopy. The storm had hit here even harder, apparently.
We stopped next in Broadus, MT, for lunch at a small diner (a true Mom and Pop operation, along with the daughter!). Had a wonderful lunch ...
... m) sculptures of the heads of four United States presidents: George Washington (1732–1799),Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826), Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919) and Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865). The entire memorial covers 1,278.45 acres (5.17 km2).
Because of its fame as a monument, Mount Rushmore is frequently discussed or depicted in ...
... an other couple of beers in the bar. So well known there now we are even allowed a tab!
an early start tomorrow heading up to Custer state park so decided to save the fireworks for tomorrow night and have an early night.
goodnight readers zzzzzzzzzzzz.
had the wrong link for mountain road that was pointed out by my good lady, apologies.
... took our photos's hastily, and got back on the road. We then drive for hours, across great expanses of land, often seeing no other vehicle in either directions for long spells of time. We stopped for gas (petrol) in Belle Fourche and discovered it was the geographical centre of the USA (see photo's and google it if interested) We then set of about 6 to Mount Rushmore drive through the Black Hill of South Dakota, very pleasant and again passing very few other vehicles. We ...
... that evening. Not a street light or neon sign for miles and
miles---the stars were beautiful and bright! As we were about to close our
eyes, coyotes began howling in the distance. This didn’t stop us from sleeping
under the stars, but was a good way to keep us close together and warm!
Kelsey and I woke at 6 am, just in time to see the sun rise over
the hilly plains to the east. Sometimes
I wonder how we have ...