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Discoveries-America South Dakota DVD

Discoveries-America South Dakota DVD
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The Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Custer State Park annual Buffalo Roundup, ranching and farming country, Wall Drug in Wall, the Pioneer Auto Show in Murdo, Hansen Carriages in Letcher, Laura Ingalls Wilder’s childhood home in De Smet, Terry Redlin Art Gallery in Watertown, Corn Palace in Mitchell, World’s Largest Pheasant in Huron also home to “the city of murals” and pheasant hunters.
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In South Dakota they don’t just carve stone, they carve entire mountains! In the Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore is one of the great icons of America. A few miles away, is a work in progress, The Crazy Horse Memorial. The dreams of man manifested by the determination of a single family’s hard work & perseverance. One of the greatest events of the year, takes place in Custer State Park. The annual Buffalo Roundup attracts over 8000 spectators to watch the display of cowboys on horseback (and in a wide variety of other vehicles) herd 1500 of the stubborn beasts to the pens for sorting, vaccination and potential sale. Once out of the Black Hills among the prairies is ranching and farming country. A must see is Wall Drug in Wall, the Pioneer Auto Show in Murdo, Hansen Carriages in Letcher, Laura Ingalls Wilder’s childhood home in De Smet, Terry Redlin Art Gallery in Watertown and the Corn Palace in Mitchell. October is pheasant season, a monument to which is the World’s Largest Pheasant in Huron, which is also home to “the city of murals”. Pheasant hunters from all over flock to this area to pursue the state bird, the Chinese ring neck pheasant.

Filmed in 2005 by directors Jim and Kelly Watt.