On day three, we headed to Mt. Rushmore to see this wonder of the world. Even before parking, we had great views of the four presidents from the bus. Along with many hundreds of other people, we walked around through the pines taking photos of different views of the sculpted heads. It was a long hard walk up the stone steps and down again but well worth it. From there, we went to a Ghost Town, which turned out to be a quaint little area where many original businesses of old were set up and a family of women who dressed the part were giving of the history and of their time. Dining in style that night provided us with much needed sleep and on day four, we were on our way to visit the wild stallions. Magnificent animals which mostly posed for us, but seeing these horses in their natural habitat was remarkable. We ended this day by visiting Sylvan Lake, a wonderful little lake with huge rock formations that create the most amazing reflections in the water. Back to the lodge and another grand dinner, we rested to get an early start on our last day to go see the buffalo. Trust me when I say we saw them up close and personal. Magnificent animals that take you to a time long ago when they ruled the earth.