Econo Lodge Mt. Rushmore Memorial
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Mt. Rushmore is an amazing piece of artwork. I can't imagine the work everyday the workers had to do to complete this, by feel and not sight hanging from ropes.
October 4, 1927 - October 31, 1941Mount Rushmore is a project of colossal proportion, colossal ambition and colossal achievement. It involved the efforts of nearly 400 men and women. The duties involved varied greatly from the call boy to drillers to the blacksmith to ...
... in Sioux Falls, we hit the road early for Keystone. Enroute, we went to visit the Badlands National Park which is the Northern point of the Great Plains. The Badlands National Park has had the highest recovery of dinosaur fossils over any other area in the world. It really isn't what I expecting to see; you would be stretched to find one tree in the entire park. We were also lucky to go to the world's only Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota. I would have to say the ...
... The sun cast deep orange, harsh light over the rocks that made it difficult for my photos to do justice to the beauty of this place. It is serenity embodied. It was the icing on the cake after having climbed Harney Peak. I just love the huge rock formations. Water was dammed, and it created what looked like waterfalls behind the lake. The walk around the lake took half an hour at least, it was around 1.5 miles or 3 kilometers. We left just before dusk around 8:30PM.
... isn't great news." I looked at my watch and noted that it was about midnight and then things started to intensify. Not so much wind this time but lightning and thunder with just seconds separating each one. The plink, plink, plink turned into bam, bam, bam and my adrenaline started to surge. I had the memory of the big hailstorm in Exeter ten years ago where every pane of glass in every car was shattered. For one of the first times on this trip I truly realized ...
... as slow as 10 mph. I had never seen a pigtail bridge before, but it is something like a spiral staircase roadway where the road is in such a tight loop as it goes down that the curved bridges cross over the same roadway below. It's kind of like taking a 720 degree turn.
Coming out out Iron Mountain Road we had to stop at the Iron Mountain Road Store and buy the T-shirt commemorating our accomplishment. A quick stop at Grapes and ...