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... got there at 4:45, completely unaware of what the next series of events would be. Turns out, the restaurant only opens at 5, but everyone stands in line starting at 4:30 so that you can get a table. So, we waited in what turned out to be a huge hoard of people (the line got out of hand quickly), and when the doors opened at 5pm, everyone starting shoving their way in the door. We were closer towards the front of the line so we got a table no problem and were seated quickly. ...
What a great
time we had in Iowa. A beautiful State,
you can see why it is called the "heartland of America". Time to head further west.
This leg of
our journey would take us across the grasslands, where long ago thousands of
head of bison roamed freely grazing on the rich nutritious grasses of the prairie.
arrival of white settlers, these animals were practically ...
... out, there is heaps of stuff that we would like to see here. On Sunday morning, we rose early and headed out to see Mount Rushmore. On the way, I had mentioned to Julie that I hoped I didn’t have the same disappointment as I did with the Statue of Liberty. You see, the thing about the Statue of Liberty is that it’s tiny. Every postcard and overhead shot has it overlooking the city of New York, when in fact you can ...
... neat and tidy, with some nice little houses and green lawns! We hit the road and proceeded to pass through the biggest variety of country ever! From dry, barren moonscapes to steep winding mountain roads lined with fir trees and the valleys carpeted with green fodder crops, it was a wide contrast of geography! Had a fuel stop in Worland and then it was up and over the Big Horn Mountains - with a high point going over the pass of nearly 3,000 metres! We joined Interstate I90E ...
... 5 cent coffee and home made pie at The Keystone House. Yummy! The clouds looked threatening so we headed for home. The rain finally arrived around 7:00 pm. We lost our satellite signal due to the rain and the local cable was flashing flash flood warnings in the Rapid City area. Glad we're safe and dry but I couldn't help think about all those poor bikers that are camping in tents. They could get flooded out because it's nasty out ...
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