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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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What a great
time we had in Iowa. A beautiful State,
you can see why it is called the "heartland of America". Time to head further west.
This leg of
our journey would take us across the grasslands, where long ago thousands of
head of bison roamed freely grazing on the rich nutritious grasses of the prairie.
arrival of white settlers, these animals were practically ...
... them. We stayed for fifteen or twenty minutes before the Ranger, and off-duty doctor and the paramedics arrived. Julie likes to refer to us as ‘heroes’, but really all we did is donate some of our stuff to the cause. One bloke had his ankle sticking out at a 45 degree angle the wrong way, but otherwise everyone else just had scratches and bruises.
I have to leave you now – we are about to drive back into ...
... closed because they will climb on our car. It was getting hot. Another reason to start out early. I mean HOT. Im not complaining. While we were in line, paul was getting irritating because it was taking them a very long time to take money and send us through and the other line was moving along. With the windows down, Paul announces how long it's taking. Then says to us, "there are two lines in this place. One for idiots and one for people who actually want to go into ...
... Needles Highway Scenic loop.
What else can I say. Mount Rushmore speaks for itself. Iconic in US culture. Factoid of the day that may only interest me: The name Rushmore comes from a Lakota word that means 'six grandfathers'. Construction began in 1927 while prosperity reigned and took 14 years to complete in 1941 just 2 months before Pearl Harbor.
A day trip lasting 6 hours and we made it back to Wind Cave NP to then pack up and headed for ...
... President Jefferson, the third President, represents Expansion. Louisiana Purchase * President T Roosevelt, the twenty sixth President, represents Development. Panama Canal & National Parks * President Lincoln, the sixteenth President, represents Preservation. Saved the Union during Civil War The weather was threatening with thunderstorms, so we made a quick walk around the Presidential Trail. The trail takes you closer to the monument and ...