Circle View Guest Ranch
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... there is a chance that you could introduce disease or fungus to the native forest so they ask that you use the firewood from each park. Interesting! So it was another night of snuggling up in Charlotte and playing cards before bedtime! Saturday: When we woke up we were finally able to see the amazing camp site where we had stayed the night before and it was gorgeous! We traveled to Mt. Rushmore ...
... that was converted from an old firehouse. Good food, good brews, and good service made for a relaxing end to the day.
As for today's playlist, I decided against listening to the complete Beethoven cycle, and instead did a series of 5th Symphonies: Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Sibelius, and Nielsen. I also threw in Beethoven 7 just for fun, and did some more of my German course on CD.
Mount Rushmore, bis bald! (see you soon) See? I am learning ...
... for the Firehouse Winery/Brewing Company, Petrified Gardens, Badlands, etc. This is true Americana --- you never see anything like this anywhere out east. As we got closer to the Badlands the scenary was full of mountains in the distance. It was so beautiful. The closer we got there was cattle all along the road side....for miles and miles, you see nothing but mountains and cattle.
We stopped at Prarie Dog Town Homestead ...
... like being on another planet or the moon. Barren rock, pitted and crumbling from erosion...a few sprigs of woody plants, small clumps of flowers and grass... I picked up a 'stone' and squeezed it between my fingers. To my surprise it simply crumbled. The whole expanse of these huge formations is just so as well. It looks like rock, but it's just compacted sediments...a lot of it is volcanic ash...probably why the color looks so gray/white.
After this, ...
... here: http://www.democracynow.org/2014/4/28/c owboy_indian_alliance_protests_keystone _xl
Before we left, I bought a dream catcher from her. I resolved to read and learn more about the Wounded Knee Massacre.
Back at the campsite, we went to bed pretty early due to tiredness and because it was an hour earlier since passing into the Mountain Standard Time Zone. I guess that's why I woke up at 5:30 am the next ...