Where the Buffalo Roam

Pastor Rory, praying travel mercies as we start out to South Dakota
Our lunch stop the first day.
Toured the Corn Palace..all murals were made out of corn cobs
Met the Jolly Green Giant..on our way
Our group of 45 in front of the memorial called Dignity
Westward Ho...with my sister Donna !!
murals made from corn on the side of the Corn palace building
One of many awesome views of the River
Crazy Horse momnument in progress..The head can hold all 4 of the presidents heads from Mt. Rushmore in it..wow..
the model of Crazy Horse when it's finished
Another view
Picking up stones at the site..it was encouraged to do this..smart move, helping to clean up the blasting debris...
The site I was so eager to see..took my breath away breath away..
A western sky..sunset..
My sister Donna and I ...We both had this trip on our bucket list !+
A closer look
A huge herd of Buffalo...roaming...this was awesome to watch
great entertainment at the Dances with wolves movie set/town..and our Chuck Wagon Dinner
Up in Lead where the gold mining was..this was the great hole left from the mining
The shooting of Wild Bill Hitchcock in Deadwood, in the #10 Saloon.
Heading into the badlands..so much to see...and so many more pictures ...along the way.
We had a very funny debate going on about the buffalo and the praire dog...that give us many belly laughs.
I wish I could give you a day by day narration of this trip..What I will say is, if you haven't done this kind of trip..please try to do it..It was a one of a kind.
and being able to do this with my sister made even more memorable...

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17.04 | 06:56

Happy Easter, Geri!
This post is beautiful!

06.04 | 16:30

Good words to remember and live by…Thanks

10.03 | 07:19

It’s quality of friends not quantity , I always say. I love that picture of Jacob at Fred Howard park with is little friend. Love ya, Aunt Geri

10.03 | 07:02

This made me smile again about 3 years later. Thanks for sharing again.

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