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... Liam so sweetly says about ten times a day that he wants to go to his new home in Maryland.
Marina has been such a trooper this whole trip. She goes with the flow and when her brothers are excited, so is she. When they cry, so does she. However, they do doll all over her, and then sometime give her a hard time. The only thing with traveling is that her nap scheduled is really messed up. Poor baby!
After Mt. Rushmore, we decided to ...
... The density and lights in these led us to decide to not stay in Deadwood this night. We drove through the old town which has been transformed into a gambling/casino mecca which was not of great interest though some of the saloons looked interesting, at least from outside. We stopped for information on camping and were led astray by the woman providing information who told us where there were campgrounds nearby in he ...
... derby in progress in one of the blocked off streets! It consisted of a couple of girls teams raising funds for a charity. Very entertaining to watch for a while. We chose to go to the Firehouse Brewing Company restaurant for dinner - it's also a brewery so some local produce was sampled. Lovely food and ambience - very busy Before we got to the bikes we noticed some mini fountains jumping away and changing colors - almost like a mini Bellagio! Fairy lights - ...
I have arrived at my first destination Rapid City, South Dakota. As the plane landed, you can see miles and miles of farmland. There were some cows grazing off to the side of the runway. It was really refreshing for a New Yorker to see land that wasn't overdeveloped.The shuttle driver "Cody" was very gracious and provided me with some local points of interest. The hotel where I am staying is located within Downtown Rapid City. So, of course curious Marie ...
... sea that is laid on the Badlands and in the Black Hills) eroded and eroded and eroded till it is now no longer under layers of sedimentary rock, but free standing. The cool column-like fašade happens because of the cooling of the igneous rock. As it cooled it formed into hexagonal shapes, making for clean breaks as it naturally erodes overtime.
Overcome by all this incredible geology, the rock geek in me quickly ...
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