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- Free parking
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... and is still 60-90 years off of completion. What I enjoyed hearing about was Korczak Ziolkowski and his unbelievable resilience to take the project on and for a long time doing most of the work by himself! He actually ended up having 10 children to help and support him through the project. It's a huge shame that he never saw it finished, as most of us won't, but a great story of dedication regardess. Crazy Horse was stabbed in the back by ...
Left Wall 8 am and got to western entrance of Badlands before 8:30. Spent five hours there. First hour and a half were on Sage Creek Rim Road, a gravel road overlooking Badlands Wilderness Area to the south. Did about a 14 mile loop on this road and stopped at all three overlooks. Also stopped at the Prairie Dog Town and saw about two dozen of them. Kathy was able to get some great pictures of one of them guarding his home. At one of the overlooks saw a herd of bison in the ...
... on a guy that might be able to fix it quickly. When I called, he was out of town but gave me another number. I ended up calling every place in town, and the last one said they could look at it. I took it in and waited a couple hours, but they got the alternator changed out. I was thankful because this was July 3rd afternoon and I didn't want to be stuck without the truck over the holiday weekend, and we were supposed to leave town ...
... border! Tonight we got to have a fire with smores after our bbq dinner.. vera cruz white fish with creamy polenta, salad, fresh fruit and rolls. If this is camping food, we like it! Tomorrow… Mount Rushmore and Bear Country USA! We can't wait to share that experience. But, should we not make it out, please know we went out happy and together and hopefully we’ll catch ya on the other side. Love to ...
Day 4 (April 20, 2014) - Waking up this morning at Yellowstone River RV Park in Billings, Montana, I heard the familiar sound of a woodpecker - we have one at home that we hear most mornings. Last night when we arrived there was the sound of cooing doves - we could've been in San Diego as that's what we would hear when visiting Jess and family. Lots of birds here actually and this morning I could hear them chirping before the sun was up. ...