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... there is an indoor theme park instead. Oh, and it has a Hard Rock Café. Highpoint doesn't have a Hard Rock. Maybe it should. Anyway, I spent a bit of time in the book store while Julie did laps of the four floors of clothes shops. We met up at about 3pm for a movie on the fourth level and we saw Let’s Be Cops. Total ****. But for $6 I wouldn’t even complain I want my money back.
On Friday, we officially hit what ...
... trip as we are, you have to realize that the kids don't take as much pleasure in staring at a rock as we do unless there is a waterslide coming off his nose. Not worth spending that much. We asked if we could just drive up and take a picture. The kids said they want to bring their kids back to see if its finally done. My dad went when he was a kid when it was started. Still not done. We got back to the hotel in time for breakfast. Guess what? His wallet was there ...
... cool sporting goods store called Scheels. It was about 11AM so we headed to Wall to see the famous Wall Drug Store. It was a very crazy place. The history is interesting. In 1931 a you pharmacist and his wife wanted to find a pharmacy in a town to buy. They felt God wanted them in Wall even though the town was only 362 people, 362 poor people. Farmers and towns folk were hit by the drought and the depression. The couple used creative ...
... memo on how campground rules dictate that "quiet time" is to run from 10 pm until 6 am.
Bless all their little hearts.
But at least getting all of that only costs $17 per night, which made it all seem worthwhile; that, and the first Mexican food of the trip in Glasgow, KY. Never fails to please.
After Mammoth Cave, we headed north bound for St. Louis, MO, stopping for lunch at a nice deli (Kirchoff’s) in Paducah, ...
Left Sioux Falls at around 0945 and headed west across the prairie lands of South Dakota.
Stopped at a town called Mitchell - we had seen isobars along the road telling us of The Corn Palace and so were intrigued. Needless to say it is the only one in the world and is uniquely American! The entire building is covered in corn and the theme is traditionally every summer. We didn't ...
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