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... to remember the trip by, but everything I was looking at was way out of my budget.
As we were leaving Wall, SD we entered onto the Badland scenic road. I love this national park. It is so different looking. You are driving in the windy plains and all of a sudden you see this amazing striped formations on the land. It is hard to describe. You just need to see it in pictures. And the pictures don't even ...
... the Whitestone and Limestone layers. Apparently there are Amish people living in the area. We saw young man on a horse drawn wagon, who was dozing, probably from bailing hay. Even though the reigns were slack, you could tell that the horse new exactly where it was going. Our goal was to leave Wisconsin at La Crosse - which is a Mississippi River crossover to Minnesota. The weather was great. ...
... staying on the lot tonight - hooked up to water and electric. Tomorrow Gary will learn on to put the rig on the hitch and then we will head up to his brother's house for dinner and spend the night there. We will plan a new route home to avoid Sturgis run and I will fill you in once I know where we are going.
This happy camper is a tired one tonight so I'll sign off and let you know what tomorrow brings. ...
... We saw guys on horses (cowboys) herding a large group of cattle around a pasture. interesting
I think I saw a road runner on the highway in Minnesota. Does Minnesota have road runners?
We go get our trailer today. Yippee! Hopefully pictures will follow.
Let me know if you are getting emails telling you to look at these blogs...I've been told some of you are not ...
... In 1868, the railroads came to Mankato, making it the railroad hub for southern Minnesota. The stagecoach line and the railroads eventually eliminated the need for steamboat travel. The last boat, TheHenrietta, made its final run from Mankato to St. Peter on April 27, 1897.
Mankato was named the Blue Earth County Seat in 1853 and grew rapidly in the 1850s and 1860s. By 1854, U.S. mail was delivered regularly to Mankato due ...
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