Super 8 Chamberlain
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... canyons and sometimes over. Usually parks don't let you do this but as it is naturally eroding fairly quickly we couldn't do any more harm, so climb about we did. The camp was Kamp of America so it was very comfortable and we spent our afternoon plaing crazy golf, swimming in the pool, making friends with an American couple who have told us some great places to visit and we ate enchiladas by the camp fire (thanks to ...
... we had filled our bellies with ice-cream for lunch. It is a major food group after all. I apologize to Edie and Tracy for sometimes just not being able to pull off regular meals on this trip or making everyone forage in the back for meals assembled from the 10 pound cheddar cheese log and tortilla chips or whatever we could grab at the gas station. I am better with dinner. Sometimes....
On to Badlands National Park. This is ...
... Horse is remarkably close to Mount Rushmore. At just 16 miles distant, if you take into account "huge carved mountainsides per square mile", it's not far at all. After the long drives between locations in the
Badlands, it felt like it was right next door.
We reached the Crazy Horse Memorial, and got our tickets. A showing of the introductory movie was just exiting when we came, so we didn't have to wait at all for the next show. That ...
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... sky was alight with full life in bolt ziggers!! The pounding rain and thunderous booms were exaggerated ten fold against our metal box. Somehow our wits were lost and we thought it was a possibly that our propane tanks would get struck and explode our guts, instead of striking the ground and being grounded by our rubbers! We were terrified by our extreme irrational fears, the kabombs and brightness were unreal. The very legitimate and rational fear we did ...