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June 19th – Day 46
From Kadoka we travelled to De Smet SD
via the Corn Palace in Mitchell. This is an interesting place. Every
year the outside is redone in corn murals. The inside has murals that
remain the same although they replensish them every ten years or so
when the corn starts to go bad. It's a little bizarre and quirky.
Most of the year it is a venue used for basketbal games, concerts,
school events ...
... to see where the stone comes from. The deposits of the deep red stone can be seen in the pictures.
Our hotel for tonight is in Madison, SD. It is an AmericInn, the first time we've stayed in one, and it's pretty nice for a lower priced hotel. We were concerned with what would be available for restaurants in the area for dinner, but found the local watering hole called The Pub House. Burgers were pretty good, and the ...
... to drizzle - definitely time to hit the sack. We spread our sleeping bags out on the foam mattresses in the wagon, and I felt snug as a bug in a rug. Good night!
It rained. Oh my god how it rained. I woke up in the middle of the biggest rain storm I have ever experienced. I peered out the little window in the back of the wagon and watched huge flashes of lightning light up the whole sky bright as day. Lightning and thunder, and clouds ...
... on the side of the road and told Clare that the 3 deer came to wish her happy birthday because she was 3 years old now! She smiled and nodded her head in total amazement! The drive went smoothly and we only had to stop once for gas and once to let a trailer moving a house go by. Interesting to see. We drove on the Laura Ingalls Wilder Historical Highway as we neared De Smet.