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TravelPod Member ReviewsMitchell KOA
Have stayed at several KOA's so far on this trip. So far they are the best. Customer service is awesome. I will book more on the return trip.
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... We witnessed a marriage proposal in front of the falls, she said 'yes' in front of 50 tourists. Snapper got talking to a motorcycle policeman whose sole task is to patrol the falls on his 2014 Road King. The cop will be retiring in 12 months, we think he's only about 45 years old. He gave us some friendly tips on getting around the area and was happy to talk about our bikes at home.
... we are going!
Now we are into the mundane Mid West landscape, and its getting colder. Snow is forcast, but we saw none today. Apparently we are chasing the cold weather eastwards, so lets hope it keeps outrunning us.
Stopped off for lunch at Murdo, where there is a motor car museum. The guy in charge was very keen to show us round, but knowing that Martin would spend the next 6 hours in there, we decided not to. I think he was quite disappointed, wanting to show off all ...
Well, we finally made it to our first overnight location, but not without a stop and the world famous Corn Palace first. The palace was certainly "interesting", good thing it was free. We arrived about 8:30pm, but we did not need more than 15 minutes or so to see the palace. Very interesting that the outside is rebuilt every year (yes, out of corn) and the murals in on the inside seem to be more permanent. We almost bought some candy ...
... in Wind Cave, we saw some bison and prairie dogs.
In Badlands we saw six mountain goats (four on the road, 2 adults and 2 babies) and then a mother and baby on the ridge of the mountain. We saw tons of prairie homes and their hosts, the prairie dogs. We got our passbooks stamped and saw a quick movie about Badlands, then headed to Iowa. We had supper at The Happy Chef in South Dakota and I had steak, toast and hashbrowns. It was ...
... My childhood obsession with basic geology rises to the top once again, and I’m marveling at it all: sheets of sandstone as tough as iron; nuggets of emerald and ketchup-colored agate hinting at worm-like deposits within; military green jasper shiny and brittle as glass, with quartz capillaries strewn about within. I feel like I’m finding petrified wood and tourmaline and others – that black igneous stone with the ...