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On the morning of the 21st we did a big slog heading west. We had our hotels booked for the rest of the trip, so we just drove all day until we made it to each stop. There wasn't much worth stopping for in between Chicago and Mt Rushmore. Well we actually only planned to see Yellowstone and it was just lucky that Mt Rushmore was in our path. As we crossed through Iowa and South Dakota it was pretty boring country, just endless fields of corn crops that was just starting to ...
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Then it was on the road again and about an hour later I was in Nebraska. I just cut across the top NW corner but what I saw I liked. More trees, more green, steadily getting to lower elevation. I had intended to stay at a recreational area there but didn’t like the look of it. I needed a permit and everything was closed (it’s Sunday - of course!) so I continued on to Martin, South Dakota where I found free overnight camping ...
... Paul inquired about t-shirts with the Big Bat's logo like the employees were wearing. The manager is ordering some, he was told. Our breakfast was ready and we sat down to enjoy it and the hustle bustle of the store. There was constant comings and goings. Men on their way to work. Women with children, probably taking them to the sitter before going to work. Young adults just hanging out. A woman came in with ...
... We crossed the Great Sioux River from Iowa into South Dakota. Small towns drifted in and out of our windows: Davis, Turkey Ridge, Menno, Olivet, Tripp. Once past Tripp, we turned south to continue on Rte. 18. We passed through the Yankton Indian Reservation. In the southwest corner, we came to Pickstown and just past there the Fort Randall Dam and Recreation Area. The dam has a visitor's center where we stopped to ...
Cottonwood Lake SRA, Ne. May 28, 2012
The sun rose bright and early this
morning in Cottonwood Lake State Recreation Area, just off US 20 west
of Valentine, Ne.. Earlier this morning helped by the turning back of
the clock by yet another time change. We will most likely spend the
next two months in the Mountain Time Zone. Cottonwood Lake is a nice
little primitive campgrounds, filled this weekend with families ...