Tuesday we went on an all day event which started with a pancake breakfast, included a bus ride which stopped at Mt. Rushmore, Custer State Park, and Crazy Horse Monument among others, squeezed through the tunnels on Needles Highway (incredible in a bus), ate lunch at the summer white house for President Coolidge, and finished with a cowboy dinner and music show. It was a great way to sight-see. Only down side was that BB did not want to sleep AT ALL. He was a little loud on the bus a couple times, but people were generally forgiving. Mt. Rushmore was awesome! I think everyone should see it at least once!
Wednesday was a relaxing day at the resort camp. The kids played with their cousins and aunt. I took the van in and had the seatbelt repaired. That night was our family's evening for dinner preparation. We made Mexican Straw Hats, an old time favorite rendition of a taco salad. Everyone devoured it!
May, Sweets, and Buddy went horse back riding for an hour and a half on Thursday morning. They loved it and wished it were even longer. More family time and packing filled the rest of the day.
Friday morning we said our good-byes and headed down the road again. The three day trip home went very well. I am so proud of the kids! Even BB survived, although he definitely did not like being