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... body formed by magma which cooled underground and was later exposed by erosion. Whatever happened it left an amazing National Monument that everyone should see . We walked the trail that went all around the base. It was quite a hike because it was up and down - a little stressful for my knee but I'm glad I did it. Every side of Devil's Tower had a different look. Indians believe it is sacred grounds and ...
... in several locations and we were able to mostly fill up. See photos for my creative solution as to how to hold down the lever on the water spigot for 20 minutes while the tank filled. Oh yes, it is only $6 per night for us to camp here.
See the photos for our hike around the tower and to read about the cool Circle of Sacred Smoke Peace Statue.
It's quiet here.....finally. No freeway or road noise. Sweet
... team named Jason LaMontagne and Brian Rowe; and that's a lot for anyone. After a quick call, we had the problem diagnosed as a likely torque converter failure (stator sprag) and a plan; find a new torque converter, swap it out, motor on. As it turns out, Rapid City shares a unique geographical location with next week, and the availability of torque converters for anything older than 2002. We left and headed toward Devils Tower (and no it's not Devil's possessive, as ...
... see daddy's old Army friend Matt Leddon. We had so much fun. Now we are driving...... AGAIN! Johnny and I are quickly becoming besties! I pooped my pants today in Sturgis! While everybody was not so happy about it, Johnny pooped his pants too, so we could be poop pants partners. Yay! Tim Jaekel: Well we all ran out of steam last night and didn't get this blog sent out like anticipated. We got into the Flintstones camp ground around 10:00 pm and were asleep shortly after ...
... 8230;Devil’s Tower. Because this place is considered sacred to many Native Americans the name it’s now known by is considered by some as offensive. There are some restrictions put in place to be more respectful of the Native American traditions. Visitors are asked to not touch the prayer bundles and flags found along the way, and there is a voluntary ban on rock climbing during the month of ...