The Friendliest ever Town in USA- Keystone, South Dakota (Part 3)

Part 3 goes to the OLD KEYSTONE. I only been there for not more than 5 times because it's a little bit far from where I stay. This neighborhood is special with the historical buildings. 

This is a school from early 1890 and now a living  museum open to public for the visitor to know Keystone better.  

We felt great to 'back to school'! We actually did, studied the Keystone history. How amazing that i got the chance to know the place i stayed. This is not just travel to see new things but with experience the local culture and the history. I was proud to be a part of the Keystone, member of them!    


HALLEY's antique shop is one of the remarkable place in Keystone. 

My pleasure to be invited to Halley family. Thanks grandma, Judy and sisters, thanks for the dinner and sharing the Halley's story to us :)  The Halley's antique shop was once the history of this family.

" The Halley sisters, accompanied by their mother, Lois have been singing together since their mother taught them to harmonize as young girls. From singing together at church, family or community events, the girls have enjoyed making music together for over 40 years. Today mom and the firls are still performing and especially enjoy singing songs from the 40s and 50s at retirement homes." 

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