Prairie House Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... it more but want to get up into the northern lakes area. Earlier in the morning, after returning to cell service away from badlands, while Sraddha is driving I look in the Atlas to find the nights camp. I spot a state park, one of our favorite venues, a few miles north of Sioux Falls. I get on the internet to check availability.
Some parks won't show you anything that day but this one did which showed two sites. I ...
We went back and forth about whether or not we should drive a couple hours north straying from our direct route east. In the small town of De Smet, South Dakota was the Ingalls Homestead and we both guessed it would be a pretty great place. Aimee had grown up reading all of Laura Ingalls Wilder's "Little House on the Prairie" books and we both watched the tv show as kids. It was going to be ...
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 ...
Wow, what a wonderful place. Amazing, really. We have had great (cool) weather and spent some great time with friends.
We traveled with Marla and Dan Gilbert (both veterans to the RV world who made sure we dumped our "black water" in the right hole) and a surprise addition of my mom! They made the initial part of our trip so easy (well, as easy as it could be), and ...
... good call, despite the terribly disorganized woman running the gift shop/ticket counter. Our visit started with a short film about Laura and her families travels and then we headed outside to explore. I got a lot better feeling about the place when I glanced at the rules posted on the wall and number 1 was "Please climb on and touch everything", so that is what we did. We headed outside where the kids (all of them) played on the old fashion ...