One drive thru Custer State Park and you realize what a wondrous, magical, and spiritual place this was/is for the Indian people - magnificent vistas, clear, fresh waters, and an abundance of wildlife. The granite busts (with six-story heads) of four presidents (Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln) perched atop Mount Rushmore to remind us of our American heritage, pale in comparison to the inspiration one gets from the love and dedication displayed by on man and his family for the carving of a mountain into an 540-foot, in-the-round statue of chief Crazy Horse and his horse, depicting his epic answer to the question of where his lands are now that he has been defeated. He replied by point with outstretched arm saying - "My lands are where my dead lie buried.". Individual photos from 5x7 to 20x30 are available thru ThatOldHippie.com
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