Red Rock River Resort
Travel Blogs from Hot Springs
... and the road made to fit the tunnels It was then on to the Needles highway with some more great roads and a tunnel at the top.
We had lunched at Crazy Horse and some indigenous dancers. The carving that will be finished in probably 50 years.Had a few more breaks but the temperature was hot and we were close to spent. Only once were we held up with road ...
... another missile launch silo (now that's 2, is Nick planning something here that I don't know about - I'm beginning to worry - if we get to a third, I'm outta here)!!
Just one more campfire!
Once back the kids went to a musical show at the barn and Heather and I headed off to Game Lodge for a little girl time and a drink at the bar.
We all hated to leave such a wonderful place. But we had to move on. Next stop, Devils Tower in Wyoming.
"Whatever you do, don't be in South Dakota around Sturgis weekend." So Kathryn’s friends told her. But, we had little choice—and besides, we thought, we’ll be in the Black Hills a good day two days before the famed motorcyle rally (that attracts 500,000 people) starts. Or, so we thought.
We started seeing motorcycles the night before, when we stayed in Sundance, WY. (The TripAdvisor review of our hotel said it was quiet and peaceful- except for the weekend ...
... completely relaxed yet. Yesterday's post, upon my second reading, seemed complaintive and negative. I really did have a wonderful day yesterday from the Green Giant, which I do love (even though it creeps me out), to watching stars with Jessica. I was
blessed and continue to thank God for the fortune I have been enjoying.
... It was started when the sculptor was approached by Lakota Indians who just wanted to say: " You have your Rushmore to you great leaders and the Lakota people would like you to carve one to our great leader, Crazy Horse". It has been dozens of years in the works but you can now begin to see how it is all coming together. It will be wonderful to see it when its all completed.
And of course, there is Mt Rushmore, and you ...