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A very big surprise today, but first a breakfast report. Today's special was a cheese omelet and ham but I passed and finally made myself one of those homemade waffles. Zoe talked me out of 1/2 of it but they are large to begin with. I covered it with strawberries and blueberries but skipped the whip cream. Breakfast are traditional fast- in and out in 15-20 minutes.
We left at 8 AM to go to Hot Springs, South Dakota, about a 45 minute ...
... sucking in air depending on the outside weather. When we saw it, it was blowing out air. The tour guide held a strip of plastic ribbon in front of the opening - the wind coming out caught the ribbon and blew it straight. Tourists enter the cave in an air-sealed entrance - going in one door, closing it, then opening the next door. We started out by going down 150 steps through a narrow passage lit every so often by installed lights ...
... normally get just plain old vanilla, but I did since it was Thomas Jefferson’s recipe. I think it had specks of vanilla bean in it and the flavor was dyno-mite! That’s just a little stupid Mt. Rushmore humor. I’m a little tired. We went and sat in the car for about an hour waiting for the night lighting ceremony and nobody was supposed to talk and leave each other alone.
The night lighting ...
... snowstorm that left hundreds of thousands of cattle and other animals across Western South Dakota when three inches of rain fell, then over a foot of snow then another three inches of rain. She said the autopsies on the animals pointed to drowning from the heavy wet snow and nearly six inches of rain.
Soon, the pilot car showed up and off we went further west into the hills. After the pilot car turned off, we found that we had gone past the road ...
... north and caught 90 east heading towards Three Lakes, Wisconsin. However..... we have to go across the flatland of South Dakota. The wind was blowing so hard we finally stopped in Midland, South Dakota about 4:30. Geez, it's 8:30 p.m and the wind is still howling. The only good thing was at least it was warm. Actually a little too warm as it was about 96 degrees. It would have been really miserable without the wind.
When we ...
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