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This park is small, nice large sites, plenty of green space and great bath houses
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Monday, June 9, 2014- WHERE ARE ALL THE PEOPLE ? Colorado, Nebraska, North and South Dakota and Wyoming June 9- 21 Sally's Birthday travel adventure of 2014 has begun. Alan was our taxi and arrived at our place at 6:20 AM (early) We are flying United and their restored terminal is beautiful. So far it is not crowded and we are waiting to board at 8 …
... I did get a shot or two of the carving. We are sure that quite a bit has been done since we were last here, but from a distance we couldn't discern any.
From Crazy Horse, we drove back into Custer where we stopped at the Purple Pie for our evening meal. John was also able to get a piece of plain old Rhubarb Pie for dessert which made his day. He says it wasn't as good as yours, Barb A., but it was really good! From Custer we continued back ...
... mapped. Did one of the tours for an hour or so, having lunch while we waited for our tour time to arrive. Descended and ascended in elevators which is new for us.
The last stop for the day was 20 miles down the road at Wind Cave on their 6pm (and last) tour. Almost didn't happen, as we were stuck in roadworks on leaving Jewel Cave for about 20 minutes, and arrived with only one minute to spare. Somewhat different to Jewel Cave. Still small passages, ...
... approach”—they do not tell you what to do when they approach you!
The buffalo were roaming around totally unfazed by the cars on the road and those parked beside the road. Several of the buffalo were within a foot of our jeep.
We could easily hear their heavy breathing and snorting. ...
... m) sculptures of the heads of four United States presidents: George Washington (1732–1799),Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826), Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919) and Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865). The entire memorial covers 1,278.45 acres (5.17 km2).
Because of its fame as a monument, Mount Rushmore is frequently discussed or depicted in ...