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Travel Blogs from Keystone
... of effort. The Crazy H sculpture is significantly larger than MR (all 4 heads of MR fit into the Crazy Horse head alone) and is being done ENTIRELY from private donation - they refused to take any federal or government money.
The kids liked the memorials, but reminded us that we did not have to visit them again......off to see the Badlands and then ...
... tell Greg wasn't happy about the government shut down still. I asked where we were going and he said straight to Breckenridge. He didn't want to but I was actually pretty excited aside from cutting our road trip short. We drove through Wyoming into Colorado. Wyoming was very boring. I couldn't imagine living out in the middle of nowhere. I asked Greg so many questions "How do they go to school?" Very few roads and a ranch/house every 10-15miles ...
... to each other.
An hours drive back to Keystone for a clean up then a beer and some mean buffalo stew in a bread basket.
God darned tired after the trip so an early night.
Moving on tomorrow to Buffalo. Noticed there was a thunderstorm warning today with giant hailstones, flash floods and 70 mph winds. Hope it is still there tomorrow for us!
Right. time to mozey on down to the ok corral bunk!
We leave our "cabin" and take the short drive into Cody. This is an interesting town with lots to do and Lynne & the girls would have liked to stay longer and even gone round the Buffalo Bill Museum, but with over 400 miles today, we needed to get going. Onto to Montana's main city, our namesake Billings. Well a bit of a disappointment, we tried to find the "welcome" sign, but couldn't find the main one, but found one near a skateboard park, frequented by some down & ...
... by the natives Americans years ago.
As they looked out across the horizon, all they saw were buffalo scattered
throughout the plains, which looked like black hills from a distance.
The Black Hills had become an enormous tourist area since
Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse were carved in the cliff sides. It almost resembled the Wisconsin Dells in a
way, mini golf, go carts, reptile museums, restaurants, etc. We ...