Well obviously one of the sites we took in was Mount Rushmore...AWESOME. Enjoyed the history...learned allot about the making of it. There was a trail you could hike...long and at times strenous. But we all had a very wonderful time.
We decided to stay for the lighting ceremony at Mount Rushmore and one of the things they did was honor our veterns. I encouraged Lance to go and when he got done there he had the opportunity to help fold the flag. He is the one stand beside the short lady in a hat (she was a ranger and MC). It was a very moving time. I couldn't have been more proud of my husband, it was awesome to see all those who have worked to keep our country free. I can't even began to put it into words.
So has we left feeling tired, and content with the days events, I turned around to get a last look at Mt. Rushmore and this is the site I saw. If you haven't been there, there is a isle you walk through that has all the flags of the states and a few others, that is what you are looking at below Mt. Rushmore. It was a pretty awesome weekend, I really enjoyed spending time with my brother and wife Sarah, and of course there beautiful daughters.