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We woke up really late... like around 2:00... we had a brunch of muffins and coffee and decided just to relax, so we hit the pool, watched TV and slept a lot. In the evening we wandered through town and found an Indian Restaurant and ordered there. We spent about ...
... a few didn't show due to the weather. The motorcycle stores were selling rain gear like hot cakes. Our Ride took us on Hwy 385 North, right on Nemo Road and then left on Vanocker Road to Scott Peterson's on the edge of Sturgis where we regrouped. This is where the rain finally stopped. We formed a parade of all types of trikes - Harleys, Can Am Spyders, Stallions, and ...
... a few months after his father's death. Mount Rushmore is incomplete? Yes, it was initially intended to have more than just the four faces. It was intended to be from the waist up, as you can see in Borglum's 1 : 12 scale model.
The Crazy Horse Memorial on the other hand started in 1947 and so far only has a face to show. At this pace, it ...
... 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 ...
... stop was Mount Rushmore in SD. We attended the evening show which included a bit of memorial history, flag ceremony to honor veterans and lighting of the heads. It was bitterly cold, but fun to watch the event. The 4 dudes have big heads!
The following morning we went to the Crazy Horse memorial, which is in its early stages of construction despite ...