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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... detail, but to us it seemed that Korczak Ziolkowski, the sculptor (who died in 1982), has created a project that will allow his family for the next ten generations to have a stream of income (his ten children have continued his work). There is no deadline for this project. There is no timeline with milestones. The project is managed by a private ...
... and picked one up, then swung by to get a couple of things out of the truck before I left. When I told the mechanic I just needed to grab a bag, he said ok, but he would have the truck done in 20 minutes! The mechanic looked at me funny when I told him I could give him a hug, so I let it go. I returned the rental car (fastest rental ever, about 20 minutes I think) and picked up the truck. Turns out the fan was unplugged (the ...
... celebration when the face of the memorial was unveiled. Billy Mills, a Native American Olympian, narrates the short documentary film about the memorial. Truly an overload of information, but all interesting to read. We took a bus tour - an additional fee - to get a slightly closer look at the memorial. Steve, our bus driver, was a jovial guy, interspersing facts about the process of creating the memorial with lame jokes and jabs at ...
... moved on, the rain and thunder stopped, but the lightning continued and we watched beautiful zigzags of light over the mountains. At 9:30pm a laser light show with accompanying music was going to be projected onto the Crazy Horse monument (which is also a mountain over 800 feet high). The music started, the rain had stopped, the lightning was still seen over the hills, and there came a low, white stream of cloud traveling in the opposite direction ...
... family there, they were from Ohio with three children. Pretty much you can count on any families with children doing home school at this point in the year.
The boys completed the Junior Ranger program for the Wind Cave, #3 for the boys now.
After the caves we headed to Custer State Park. This park is known for its extensive array of wildlife, especially buffalo. They maintain a herd ...