Legion Lake Resort
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... belt, you should have seen the number of road-side signs in SD with Bible verses, anti-abortion messages, and Christian slogans.
-You find out the hard way that you need to check if the campsite you’re going to has dump stations (for gray & black water). There is only 1 campground in all of Custer State Park that has a dump station... and we drove by it quite some time ago with ½-full tanks. Ugh.
... Park to tour the caverns. We visited with Anton and Tracy for a while longer before heading off on the Wilderness Loop. This drive is very scenic, and took us about 45 minutes to complete. We saw bison, antelope, and lots and lots of motorcycles.
At the end of the loop we headed towards Sturgis, arriving at about one o'clock. We drove through the town taking in the sites before finding a ...
... also the highest point east of the Rocky Mountains and west of the French Alps. We toured around this area most of the morning and then after stopping at the visitor center in Custer, went back and hit a couple more roads. Besides the awe inspiring peaks of rock the other exciting part is going through the series of one lane 12' wide tunnels carved through the rock. We heard from Lenny and Lois about one where a tour bus goes through with mirrors pulled in and ...
... an intricate carving of the famous Indian towered above the visitor center. After a short film about the monuments incredible history we walked outside to view the still in progress work. A 60-foot tall head looked over the Black Hills, a barley developed arm stretched out over the block of granite below. For the years of work put into it, I was blown away by its beauty and size, and its projected final ...
... to Mount Rushmore to get some ice cream (biggest ice cream cone I have ever had) and see Mount Rushmore when it gets lit at 9 pM. An amazing sight. There was a great video accompanying it and a large number of veterans were there to retire the flag for the night. So amazing. Fun fact: Thomas Jefferson wrote down the first vanilla ice cream recipe (or so they say- and it is ...