Crazy Horse Memorial,   South Dakata - !0 reasons to visit Hot Springs, South Dakota http://livedan330.com/2015/08/02/10-reasons-you-should-visit-hot-springs-sd/

Crazy Horse Memorial, South Dakata - !0 reasons to visit Hot Springs, South Dakota http://livedan330.com/2015/08/02/10-reasons-you-should-visit-hot-springs-sd/

Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota

Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota

Crazy Horse Memorial, Black Hills, South Dakota USA

Crazy Horse Memorial, Black Hills, South Dakota USA

Crazy Horse Memorial  The world's largest mountain carving, located in the Black Hills of South Dakota

Crazy Horse Memorial The world's largest mountain carving, located in the Black Hills of South Dakota

The Crazy Horse Memorial is a monument under construction in the Black Hills of South Dakota

The Crazy Horse Memorial is a monument under construction in the Black Hills of South Dakota

Crazy Horse Memorial South Dakota ...could barely make out the face when we were there in late 80's.

Crazy Horse Memorial South Dakota ...could barely make out the face when we were there in late 80's.

Crazy Horse Memorial ~ Black Hills, South Dakota

Crazy Horse Memorial ~ Black Hills, South Dakota

Summer Night Blast - Crazy Horse is the world's largest mountain carving located in the Black Hills of South Dakota. A memorial for all Native American tribes, it is considered The Eighth Wonder of the World in progress.

Summer Night Blast - Crazy Horse is the world's largest mountain carving located in the Black Hills of South Dakota. A memorial for all Native American tribes, it is considered The Eighth Wonder of the World in progress.

crazy horse - Google Search

crazy horse - Google Search

Breath-taking - we've been there twice.  "My fellow chiefs and I would like the white man to know the red man has great heroes, too."     These are the words Chief Henry Standing Bear wrote to sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski in 1939 urging him to visit the Black Hills and carve a mountain sculpture honoring American Indians.

Breath-taking - we've been there twice. "My fellow chiefs and I would like the white man to know the red man has great heroes, too." These are the words Chief Henry Standing Bear wrote to sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski in 1939 urging him to visit the Black Hills and carve a mountain sculpture honoring American Indians.

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