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... of this mountain. Incredible! I wouldn't be able to draw the President's likeness, much less sculpt with these tools! I'm glad Wayne got to bring me here.... He said later... Well Pop, I got Deb here. (Since I couldn't go with them eight years ago). So, it kind of made the trip worthwhile for a very special reason. Also, ran into Lisa Moskios... Wayne and Stephanie's first grade teacher, who I still keep in touch with, outside of Mt Rushmore! How cool to see her and her husband ...
... emptier than at any point since we got here so I grabbed my laptop and headed for a WIFI hot spot to get updated on my blog. The internet gods were with me so I was able to upload my previously prepared text and pictures and send it off to all of you. Hopefully tomorrow night I can get this one sent as well.
Love and miss you all...see some of you in a few days..the rest of you...eat your heart out. ...
Today we drove 5 1/2 hours from De Smet to Hill City SD. (specifically Pulmer Gulch cabin #16- it's really nice). Then we unpacked the car and went inside. Mom and Dad took showers and Ben, Tommy and Edie went outside and played phooies on a huge rock that's here. It is SOOO much fun to climb to the tippy top. Then we went out for dinner to the Ponderosa (it was great food). After that ...
... br> We drive onto the Needles Highway and head toward Sylvan Lake, which is touted as one of the most beautiful lakes in the area. We drive on a narrow road with one lane tunnels, which are narrow and small. This road is definitely not RV friendly. We drive up and up into the hills. We can smell the fresh, clean air of pine trees. We get to the overlook and see a remarkable view across the valley: the Needles. The Needles are tall, ...