Super 8 Hill City/Mt Rushmore
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... custom trikes. Our leader lead us down the back streets of Sturgis to the Buffalo Chip campground. And by the way, it's huge! We were directed to the Russ Brown Special Event tent where we were welcomed with a lovely hot dinner and a rock band blasting music. This whole event was free to participants and also included a goodie bag with T.O.U.R. T-shirts. Not a bad ...
... know a lot of it was for sale but I wonder how much they sell of this stuff. On a side note regarding the attractions on the roads there are loads of signs for all sorts of intriguing things which we have yet to yield too. Mystery Caves, Secret Tunnels and other cryptic signs with the junction numbers. Maybe we will check one out eventually but I can’t help but feel they will almost certainly be ****.
We arrived into Mount Rushmore around 4ish and paid the ...
... first time he remembered them. Soph would have liked more of a choice.
After dinner we headed to Mount Rushmore. We walked the Presidential trail (250 stairs) that takes you right up to the base of the memorial. There is an amphitheater where they do a lighting ceremony. They show a short movie about the presidents and then we sang the Star Spangled Banner and they lit the memorial. After that they have ...
... are quite scenic. In ME we would call these Mountains... Many areas of the forest have been impacted by a Pine beetle leaving large areas of the forest devastated. The Forest Service has many crews cutting and piling the pines.
We drove past Mt Rushmore where we stopped briefly and took some photos . The views were spectacular with blue sky and cumulus clouds as a backdrop.
We arrived in Custer State Park in the late afternoon ...
... saw them it was amazing. My way of explaining it would be to say its like a grand canyon kind of formation. The wind and water has eroded the sandstone to make canyons, which you drive through. I didnt get a photo on my phone of this as i was taking them on my camera. Breath Taking Along the way we saw some Prairie Dogs. I will let you google them, but they were just like meerkats, excpet they bark like a dog. Very cute, interesting ...