courtesy of Barbara profe
South Dakota Record
Pleasant Hill residents Barbara Profe, left, and Laura Nelson joined the Martinez Senior Center group for a summer trip to South Dakota, which included spending the Fourth of July at Mount Rushmore. The group also visited the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, took a loop around the Badlands National Park, and visited Tatanka: Story of the Bison, showing a larger-than-life sculpture of a buffalo jump. At the Crazy Horse Memorial, the world's largest sculpture in progress, they caught up with the community news in the Pleasant Hill/Martinez Record.
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