Keystone Boardwalk Inn & Suites
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... br> Finally after a long day we had a relaxing dinner with Mary's cousin Nancy from California and her husband Steve. They are on a 3 month journey through Canada and the US, in their camper. I have a feeling a book may be in their future. Since we missed them when we were in California it was great to get to see them here.
Well that's it for now. We're off to Mt. Rushmore. Stay tuned.
Angelo and Mary.
... in forming, preserving, and growing this great nation of ours. I wanted to stay and look, and pray, and be thankful. We heard that there is a night program in which the faces are illuminated and the program concludes with the playing of the Star Spangled Banner. We look forward to experiencing that display some other time. Good bye , for now, thank you men!
Onward to North Dakota..... what will be our next stop? .........
Got to sleep in a whole extra 15 minutes today as the bus did not leave until 8 AM! A breakfast buffet again today where the feature was French toast sticks and bacon. Both were pretty good. Zoe treated herself to a big bowl of Cheerios.
The weather was cloudy and cool this morning with a threat of showers but that did not deter us- our rain wear was safely stowed in the closet of our room! The good news is it only spit a few minutes late in the ...
Today we decided to go for another motorcycle ride after Pickleball. We took Old Hill City Road from Keystone to Hill City. This road parallels the 1880 Train tracks to Hill City. First we saw black smoke and then we realized that we had caught up with the train. At times the tracks crisscrossed over our route. Sometimes we waited at the railway crossings for the train to pass. I got some great pictures and video as ...
The story of the memorial itself is interesting. There was a park ranger who gave a fantastic talk about the memorial. The sculptor, Borglum, was initially asked to consider the needles in the black hills area to carve the faces of western heroes such as buffalo hill. But Borglum conceived of an even more bigger scale project and wanted to sculpt the faces of the people who mattered a lot to ...