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... stops. Dist., carb, and a flat tire. Par for a Model A outing. We stopped in Dawson at a old gas station turned into a home. The people were real nice giving us a tour of their home. We also stopped at Harkins machine shop. See the pictures I drove 253 miles today and got 18.75 ...
... some inspiration for when we get home. Our little garden last summer was lots of fun and the kids loved picking the vegetables for us to eat at lunch and dinner. They did enjoy Gramps very plentiful garden more though! They used the hand pump to fill a bucket with water and caught the little frogs around the pump. The birthday girl was right in there with her big brothers but we did have to ...
I was up with the sun after a wonderful night in the "covered wagon" It was really modeled after an 1894 sheepherders wagon, but it was definitely more comfortable than the tent and we were certainly glad to be in it when the rain came. Most important we got to sleep on Ingall's property. That in itself was amazing. The sunrise was glorious and the day looked to be a good one.
The drive into South Dakota was easy and greeted with the many lakes in the area. We were there in perfect time to sign into our lodging and get to the pageant. It was an interesting contrast to the one in Walnut Grove. Walnut Grove's was bigger, more cast and audience, longer, much better produced and had special effects. DeSmet's pageant was a direct retelling of "The ...
... a lot of good laughs (and nearly polished off that bottle of rum!)
We got here after a LONG drive (hopefully the longest one day we will do for the rest of the trip) - about 10 hours to Jackson, MN (on the 19th) and then a few hours on the 20th.
And this place does not disappoint. It is beautiful. Just like I imagined. To walk on the same land that ...