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We have enjoyed decent weather for the most part in our northern leg of the journey, so it was payback time. While in Wall, SD it started to get dark and stormy. On top of that Sadie got a stomach bug and was sick all night. We decided to pull into an RV park and sleep in the X. good thing they had a laundromat so we could ...
... picture, but all I got was his side - that's how close he was. We ran into 3 different herds so I was really able to get my fill of Bison pictures.
We drove on and a Flag Man stopped us. They were working on one side of the road further on and traffic could only go one way - we had just missed our turn so we had to wait. The Flag Man's name was John and he could have been a stand up comedian. We had to wait ...
... the cooking oatmeal gave us an excuse to decline. But the Minnesota nice we experienced earlier on was double cherry on topped by Bubba and his crew! By Wednesday we were a week without showering and half a week of living in car exhaust and grime. The day before I had walked to Burger King for some ice water and a bathroom. I never appreciated consolidated cold water so greatly. We picked up a little produce and such for dinner at Walmart and got a nice walk/run in! ...
... control and out of Uncle Sam’s reach) A spectacular sculpture, the
biggest in the world upon completion.
We camped at Wind Cave National Park in the southern tip of
the Black Hills. Eating fire roasted veggie tacos for dinner was a real treat. The
weather was perfect, no bugs and a slight breeze. We had a fitting end to what
may be our last campsite on our trip. We
blow up the air mattress and slept under ...
... a video (Discovery Channel!) about each of the presidents, then the video ended and the lights began to illuminate the monument. Then the ranger called down all the active and retired military to the stage. They came down and introduced themselves. We all sang the national anthem and then they participated in a closing flag ceremony. It was very touching. Of course I was crying and the kids were rolling their eyes at me! Anyway, a few more photos and then we were on our way. Awesome sight!
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