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... some extent to cool down and it was very very hot, but it was fun. I have decided though, that I hate mosquitos more than ever before! There are so many of them, and thy are so persistent. They bite through clothes, if you spray mosquito repellant and miss a spot they bite that spot! And in the pool hey bite face and head as its all they can get to! Definitely a downside of camping in the states at the moment. So many bites! This morning we packed up camp ...
... and construction art (liked the way they left the trucks parked).
Stopped at the Trinity Heights spiritual center in Sioux City to see the huge religious statues. Beautiful sculptures and pretty grounds. Got Jim to walk which is no easy task (he whines but he goes).
... and rock formations. The drive was not long to get to the National Park and just as we passed the sign announcing we had arrived, we turned a corner and a huge buffalo was crossing the road! Ted slammed on the brakes and watched as thus large animal took his own sweet time to cross to the other side. We also watched cars and trucks hardly slow down for him. They were probably locals that take this road to home and ...
... opted for a Walmart in Rapid City that was easily accessible from I90. We pulled into the parking lot and found two locations in the front corner of the lot and turned on the generators to keep the refrigerator supplied with electricity while we were gone. Everything was locked and secured so we took off in the car for Mt Rushmore. On our way down we noticed that bikes were starting to show up on the roads again. They were all up and riding which is what ...
... got to read last night and this morning. YAY! I wish I knew more about Crazy Horse. MI. Know he was a warrior and a hero to the local Indians and that is why he (Chief Henry Standing Bear) requested Korczak Ziolkowski to carve Crazy Horse into the Black Hills mountain. They wanted the white people to know that the Indians had their great heros as well. (This site is close to Mount Rushmore). Korczak was almost 40 in 1947 when ...