Mike Stewart, Associated Press
The 87-foot-high face of Crazy Horse has been completed, but 60 years to the day after the first blast signaled work had begun on the world's largest mountain carving, the Crazy Horse, S.D., project is far from finished. The carving of the Lakota warrior's body, his horse and a planned university and medical training center for American Indian students are still years away.

The 87-foot-high face of Crazy Horse has been completed, but 60 years to the day after the first blast signaled work had begun on the world's largest mountain carving, the Crazy Horse, S.D., project is far from finished. The carving of the Lakota warrior's body, his horse and a planned university and medical training center for American Indian students are still years away.