Rapid City Days Inn
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... annual motorcycle rally which brings around a half million people to a town that has a population of 6800 for ten days. This year in August it will be the 75th anniversary of the rally so they are expecting one million people! Imagine all that noise! Most of the people leave and rent out their homes for the duration. There was a motorcycle museum which Jim really enjoyed visiting.
Our time in Rapid City is over as we leave Sunday morning for Wyoming.
... and three pig-tailed shaped wooden bridges. My brother Jim will really enjoy riding his Harley-Davidson here in August.
The final stop was Mt. Rushmore. It was definitely worth seeing - an impressive piece of artwork on a grand scale. Constructed by over 400 men in 12 years, 90% of the sculpture was created by blasting the rock off the mountain with dynamite. We hiked in the 6/10 of a mile to the base of the mountain and could see ...
The idea of the transcendence of man, that man reaches out beyond sheer rationality, that he is more than merely an intelligent animal, undoubtedly has its roots in Christian anthropology ... "to be created" is a Christian reinterpretation of "to be brought forth," which is a basic character of being already in Greek mythology. - Martin Heidegger
Heidegger can be convoluted, I took out six disgustingly long sentences so as to make the above easier to grasp. To put his ...
... flags and a big amphitheater at the end. After this American let down, we picked up a pizza and headed to our cabin. We spent the rest of our night taking Jackson for a swim in the pool, eating pizza, drinking beer (or Gatorade for Jackson!) and finishing the day in a nice soak in the hot tub. We decided to wake up early and catch Mount Rushmore on our way out... ...but wait, FOG. Epic fail Mother Nature, EPIC FAIL. xo KB, JLDB & ...
... to walk towards the dog stomping her feet. Luckily the owners dog listened to his demands to be quiet and not invoke the goat any more. The baby jumped for joy and they took off running into the woods, their fuzzy butts blending off into the snowy woods. We drove through deadwood (An old town hidden in the mountains) and wanted to go to Mammoth cave, they have fossils of over 60 mammoths and 3 woolly mammoths! but didn't have enough time for the hour out of they way drive. Next ...