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... and Julie and I had a quick search around for any fossils of our own, but we had no luck. As we were getting back into our RV, we noticed that there were a couple of motorcycles down on the road and some people were crowding around. Two motorbikes had crashed and there were a few people just laying down on the ground. Julie and I swung into action and grabbed bottles of water and heaps of hand wipes to help the people who ...
... that could have been filmed in Star Wars or Mad Max. They are like sandcastles frozen in time. The cool thing was that we realized you are allowed to climb them. That made the experience. To see them, touch them and really experience them. But it was HOT! People were hiking all over them but I had not interest in that heat. Neither did the kids. We made a climb up to get a view and headed back down. Good enuf for me. For us. If it was cooler, I would have done more. ...
... more family tourist attractions. Glow-in-the-dark mini golf, reptile world, bear park, zip lines, go karts, and much, much more. As we get closer we arrive in the town of Keystone. Keystone is an overload of tourist Americana. We love American history and attractions but this place is slightly over the top. We drive through without stopping, we will return tomorrow to see it up close. We arrive at Mount Rushmore and pay the $11 parking fee ...
Today is Sunday and we thought we'd take a drive out to Deerfield. We took Old Hill City Road from the town of Keystone and continued on to Deerfield Road out of Hill City. It was a lovely drive and we stopped to enjoy Deerfield Lake which is actually Deerfield Dam and Reservoir. This is ...
We started out day with a drive to Mount Rushmore. We enjoyed our last "big mountain" (as Reed calls them) views as we left Sheridan, WY. At one point, the view looked right out of the Sound of Music with green rolling hills rimmed with snow-capped peaks. It made me burst into "The hills are alive...." Reed found this quite comical so I had to sing a few more songs in my best Julie Andrews voice. He just kept saying "What you sing Mommy?"
On the way ...