Keystone Boardwalk Inn & Suites
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... is that the first few tunnels that you go through actually frame the Presidents on Mount Rushmore. We took the drive to see the needles (tall, narrow rocks standing upright) and stopped to take pictures.
We had a picnic on this route with our cheese, meats and crackers. Mom had V8, Dad had orange soda, Sarah had cranberry cocktail, Paul had ...
... oddities that keep others away. Tiny Sheridan is very western movie. There are wagon wheels attached to walls, leathery biker women and cowboy clothes shops in abundance. Ben found his way into one of these shops and made a beeline for a pair of cowboy boots adorned with the Stars and Stripes. I admit that they are impressive, but we have since been told that only 'rhinestone Cowboys' wear ...
... 60 mph. Remember, this is 2-up on a loaded Goldwing, on a sport bike you could go much faster.
The final leg of the loop was back on US-16a and is called Iron Mountain Road. It boasts that it is 17 miles long, with 314 curves, 14 switchbacks, 3 pigtails, 3 tunnels, 2 splits, and 4 presidents. We made the run, and it looked great, unfortunately we picked the time when it was being resurfaced. So only about 5 miles had a good road ...
... New Smyrna Beach - what a small world!
While heading along US-385S, we started to notice a smell that was not typical of a scenic mountain road. It was really more like what you expected as you passed a cattle ranch. Looking down on the roadway, there was a narrow brown liquid strip running the entire length of the roadway, a couple of feet from the edge of the road. We theorized that a cattle truck must have passed this ...
... br> having a display on what the original plan was, then when you get back to the main visitors center there is another main museum. This museum also had a film about the carving of the monument. In the museum was displays on how it was done. I also had a look at the book
shop, then came back to the start point of the walk and went to the souviner shop, had a look around, then went to the cafe, got a coffee before heading back to the coach.
On the coach we drove a ...