Famous as the ‘Mount Rushmore State’, South Dakota is also home of the great Sioux nation and Wild Bill Hickock. Here you will find prairies, huge lakes, the stark Badlands and the Black Hills, named after the black-green density of pine and fir. But it also has the world’s largest sculpture in-progress, the Crazy Horse Memorial. And of course, Mount Rushmore National Monument, with the 60-foot long faces of Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt carved into the mountainside.
This small working ranch overlooks the scenic Black Hills and has land that straddles both the South Dakota and Wyoming borders. The nearby historic town of Belle Fourche which is known as the centre of the USA since Alaska and Hawaii joined the Union, is well worth a visit.As this is a small worki...more >>>