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... the U.S. This portion of the road was not as nerve-wracking as Needles Highway since the tunnels and lanes were wider. The views were just as wonderful and we were even rewarded with seeing a family of mountain goats at one of the turnouts at the end of the journey. We decided we were invigorated enough from that drive to do another hike in the Black Hills before heading back to Custer. We happened upon the Big Pine trailhead and ...
... found at the site. It was such an interesting tour. I really need to start watching more of the Discovery Channel! Our travels back to our home base in Custer took us through Custer SP again and we saw even more wildlife this time - bison, the burros, pronghorn, turkeys, & white-tail deer - with a beautiful rainbow following the showers that canceled our afternoon hike. For dinner tonight we found a pizza place that had a good ...
Thank you Baby Jesus! Finally arrived at the Mt Rushmore KOA that I reserved space earlier. Of course, arriving after 11pm (1:30am), the packet was to be on the door. Well, not exactly. A very nice Kenny Roger type KOA Security guard was there to help. No Sullivan on the door sign or packets taped to the door. But there was a Wayne .... Has to be us right? So Kenny Roger Type security guard rides Wayne around, sees the site and we are almost in like flint. Parking ...
To start the day, we went to Jewel Cave National Monument. On the way, the beauty of this part of the Black Hills of SD was very evident. We even got to see our first Bison of the trip. When we arrived at the Jewel Cave, we asked the Ranger what the difference was between a National Monument and a National Park. She told us that ...
... than the pyramids and way larger than Mount Rushmore. Hard to believe. They have been blasting and carving this monument for over fifty years . This is funded by private donations and people visiting this site. No Federal money was used. Sculptor was Korczak Ziolkowski and ...