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... golden yellow. To our surprise, we discovered huge areas ...
... democracy. Because of his importance, Washington is the
most prominent figure on the mountain. Washington was born in 1732
and died in 1799.
Thomas Jefferson, the second president on the mountain, was the author of
the Declaration of Independence, a document which inspires democracies
around the world. He also purchased the Louisiana Territory from France
in 1803 which doubled the size of our country, adding ...
... is lined with a rare feature called boxwork. It contains 95% of the world's known boxwork in caves. The cave actually acts like a barometer. High pressure causes the cave to "breathe in" air. When the pressure outside is lower than inside the cave, the cave "exhales". The person who discovered the cave stood in front of a small hole into the cave and had his ...
Today we had a terrific game of Pickleball at 8:00 am with Diane and Jack. Later Murray and I rode the motorbike over to a Wall for lunch. It's a 100 mile round trip but the weather was beautiful and we had a great time visiting Wall Drug. Murray sat on a bench people watching while I checked out the stores for any new inventory. At 7:00 pm we went to the last show of Down Home Family which featured gospel music. It was very enjoyable as they are very talented and amazing ...
What a difference a day makes! Woke up to a beautiful sunny day, with clear blue skies. After a Denny’s breakfast, which took way longer than it should have, we headed down to Keystone to see Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse. Wasn’t too crowded for a Saturday. Someone even volunteered to take our picture at Mt. Rushmore and we were able to get an updated picture of Crazy Horse. The whole front of ...