The postcard facts read: Shrine of Democracy - Four great presidential faces, carved from solid granite in South Dakota's Black Hills , serve as an inspirational reminder of the ideals of democracy, and a testament to human imagination and perseverance - as personified by sculptor Gutzon Borglum.
The second postcard reads: Hey! I finally made it to Oregon. This postcard is from one of our last stops - Yellowstone! It was really neat and beautiful. You kind of just drive around and look at the nature and animals - there were a bunch of Bison like 20 feet from the road /our car at one point! I really hope I can go back one day and spend a lot more time there. - Beki
This postcards facts read: The Yellowstone River- weaves its way down the Yellowstone Valley between Gardiner and Livingston, Montana. Prized for premium fishing and floating experiences, this portion of paradise symbolizes the saying, Montana: The Last Best Place.