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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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Tuesday 12th - Another early start as the major item on the agenda today was to see Sioux Falls. After leaving Rochester we hit the freeway to Mankato, a small country town surrounded by corn fields. We followed the back roads past farmland and plenty of windfarms. The windfarms here are massive. We reckon 150+ in a farm, then over the next hill you see the same, and on it goes.
Into Sioux Falls ...
Well, today was another exciting day traveling across this great country of ours. Up by 6 am we survived a night at the Walmart in Belvidere, IL. We started on our way to Mitchell, but not without stopping in Wisconsin to visit Sissy the cow at Ehlenbach's Cheese Chalet. The girls loved the cow souveniers and enjoyed getting their picture taken wearing "cheeseheads". But the stop was short and we needed to get to Blue ...
Nope, we didn't have any freak accidents and then end up in the newest bad remake of "Children of the Corn." But we DID arrive in Mitchell, SD, home of the World's Only Corn Palace.
Why they have to specify that it's the world's only is beyond me. But that's beside the point. It's impressive...check out the pics!
Yesterday was a pretty great day, and although we were a little short of 300 miles, we did pass the 1500 mile ...
After a four or five hour drive in incredible heat (~97 degrees!), we found our way to R & R Campground, our stopping place for the night. After setting up, we did what anyone would do in that circumstance - we hopped into the pool and cooled off!
Dinner, TV, and early bedtime, as we've got an even longer, hotter drive scheduled for tomorrow!
... three levels and we took the tour for the mid-level. We are now driving across South Dakota and will stay somewhere tonight and continue on to Field of Dreams in Iowa tomorrow. South Dakota has quite an odor to it between cow pastures and grasshoppers on the grill and windshield. I’ve never seen so many grasshoppers! Also, I can’t believe the number of motorcycles we’ve seen today due to the Sturgis Rally near Mt. Rushmore. Kevin ...