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February 06, 2010

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bettyl

I had forgotten about this ongoing project. Thanks for the update.

Chari

Hi Sallie...

What a fascinating post to share with us for Sunday Favorites, my friend! I really stand at awe of this magnificent stone sculpture of Crazy Horse and would love to see it in person! Hmmm...maybe some day! How lucky you are to have been able to visit on three different occasions! I bet it was really interesting to be there when they were doing one of the night blasts! Ohhh...now I'm sitting here wondering if they will finish this wonderful testament to our Native Americans, in my lifetime? Do they have a projected date of when it will be completed? Anyway...thank you so much for sharing Crazy Horse and the history with us for Sunday Favorites...it was so interesting!!!

I do apologize at being so late to get by for a visit but I sure have been enjoying my daughter and five grandbabies surprise visit from Texas! Thank you again for joining in with the fun of Sunday Favorites, my friend!!!

Have a wonderful week...
Chari @Happy To Design

PS...sure enjoyed all of the photos too!!!

Carletta

I had read about this quite some time ago. I have Native American ancestory so it speaks to my heart.
I really liked Geoff's comment on the original post. He makes a good point.

Margot  at Joyfully Retired

We have driven past Crazy Horse but never took the time to stop and see it. Now I wish we had. Your photos, as always, are so good. Thanks for playing along today.

Lori E

I wouldn't know where to begin with a project that big. Amazing talent and story.

Sacred Ruminations

My sister and I first visited this place in the summer of 1966 and found it captivating as well. I've not been back recently but am glad to know that the work continues. Thanks for sharing.
Hugs and blessings,

RainGardener

What a great post and pictures. I've learned a lot from it.

Gloria

How awesome is this...I loved reading the story about this...and Never forget your dreams...Thanks for sharing this...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

donna

I'm willing to be that you've loved every place you've visited. You seem to have that kind of good attitude.

This post has made me want to know more about Korzak the man and his family.

Never forget your dreams. Very good advice.

donna

Quasi Serendipita

What a fascinating monument! It does somehow make me feel rather uncomfortable, I'm not sure why. Maybe the sheer scale of it? I would love to see that for myself one day.

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