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... place, the twelve tribles of Israel, Ark of the Covenant and other
diaromas and then a jungle playgrund at the end. The very overy
friendly huggy man took a liking to Josh and offered to buy him off
us (jokingly we think) and then at the end the kids got free keyrings
from Love's which is a gas station over here. Ummm.... it was
In De Smet we stayed at Spot
campground. Josh loudly exclaimed he wasn't showering here. ...
... Which was sugar cereal :P and Pa didn't eat it) while Ma and Edie did "morning chores" (which was packing up the sleeping bags :) then Ma and Edie went out and Edie ate and Ma took a shower. Then we went to The Oxbow for Ma and Pa's breakfast. We had a great waitress :) After breakfast we went on a drive by Silver Lake (which is mostly just a marsh now). Then we came back and checked out of the ...
... was amazing! There were so many clouds around to reflect the glorious colors, and the prairie was so flat, there was a lot of extra sky around. In the distance, the farm and windmill made a neat silhouette, so we decided to walk across the field and go get some closer pics. So much for sitting down and relaxing. We crossed the field and walked around clicking for a while, and then the magic happened.
You hear about the perfect light just at ...
... and the more we thought about it we decided it would be a pretty neat place for her to spend her third birthday. Unfortunately that did mean part of her birthday would be a driving day. We let her pick a couple treats for the car and had 3 birthday balloons waiting in her carseat for her. We all sang her happy birthday before we left and she was as proud as a peacock. As soon as we left we saw ...
Today we woke up to rain and in the beginning not much wind, but that didn't hold. The wind came back fast and furious. Since it was raining we decided to head into the little town and explore and do a little food shopping as well.
While we were there we went to the Ingalls family plot at the local cemetery. Then back to the homestead to see all that there is here. They have interpreters at each place so you get the history. We went to the dugout; the ...