Wednesday, September 28, 2016


I decided to share something fun and different today.  When I was in Rapid City South Dakota I saw this.  There is a park, called Dinosaur Park, high on a hill overlooking the city that had seven dinosaur figures made of concrete.  They were created during the Depression by the Chamber of Commerce as a way to create jobs, get the government to pay for them and to get some of the tourist traffic to Mount Rushmore.  They were dedicated on May 22, 1936.

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