Rock Crest Lodge
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... another 500 years before this carving is done. Ah, but that is because they refuse all federal funding and rely on private funding, is the mantra you hear there. And this is where observers differ: Some people are impressed by that, but we were not. We then immediately think that federal funding is refused to prevent federal oversight. Not to go into ...
... to take the truck breaking down and being stuck so much calmer this time around. Molly and I had been talking more about what we'll do and where we'll live once the trip ends, and we wanted to take the weekend to think about it, pray about it, and hopefully come up with some sort of a plan that we felt good about. It was kind of nice that we found ourselves at this place since it worked well for that. There were trails and places to ...
... br> State song is Hail, South Dakota
Black Hill Spruce is the state tree
Nickname is Mt. Rushmore state
Home to the Dakota, Hakota, and Nakota tribes which make up the Sioux Nation
Current Population: 844,877
Total Square Miles: 77,121sq.mi
... a USA government-funded work.
At Crazy Horse there is so much to see inside a rambling expanse of buildings. You can walk through the sculptor's home and studio. There are large open rooms filled with cases of Native American art. Flags from all Native nations hang from the beams above. The memorial is a tribute to all native people across the US. Displays showcase the history of the memorial in all its phases, awards, tributes, and the ...
... s 30 feet underground, so you take this tiny elevator that only fits 7 people total. The site was decommissioned in 1993, and it’s left pretty much like it was at that time, except the carpet and furniture looks like it was from the 70’s. It was pretty cool.
Next, we went back to Badlands. There was this one trail I wanted to do. It has a rope ladder up against a steep hill that you climb up. You then walk along a narrow ledge ...