Nothing could be more American that the Corn Palace in Mitchell South Dakota. My first time there was on a family vacation in the 1950s. I have been there three other times and except for the date on the front of the building it has not changed one iota over the years.
This one was found in the South Dakota Cultural Center and is pretty typical of the stage coaches of the era. They were very much a part of America.
Mount Rushmore, SD – The Greatest Presidents
I have been to Mount Rushmore several times in my life. It seems every time I go they have remodeled the place closer and closer to the sculpture. If I had to decide who since Roosevelt would be added to this mountain it would be difficult to choose someone of the same stature as these guys. They were all very much presidents for the people and would all be considered “LIBERALS” by the current day GOP.
Rapid City, SD – A City of Sculptures
I love all the sculptures in downtown Rapid City. Many celebrate our Native Americans. What could be more American than to celebrate the original inhabitants of this great country. Too bad it took us so many years to realize that…..