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This is one our local landmarks. It's a sacred site to the Lakota indians.





 

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Very stately and pretty. How far is it from any other high ground?
 

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It's about 5 or 6 miles from the Black Hills. This is pretty much a random mountain in the prairie. It's a volcano that never blew it's top, it just grew with each eruption.
 

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Bear Butte--Crazy Horse monument

Ah HA! SD history !

On the edge of the Black Hills.

Semi-Near Custer Wounded knee etc???


Neat Picture and an interesting area.
 

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It's nowhere near Wounded Knee. About 150 miles away. Custer is about 60-70 miles away.
 

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If you think Globally 150 miles is "semi-near".
As if I drove 1000 miles to see it, another 150 wouldn't be that far. ;)
 

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I guess it would be near if you think globally, but that's like going partway around the world in SD.
 

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John i really like the fotos of Your part of the country. We live in the same great plains, i'm just a bit further south. No part of the plains are the same as the others. Its kind of an irony; the middle foto with the shallow cloud bank near the peak kind of resembles a minor eruption :lol: I really like the fotos of Your patrt of the country
 
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