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What a beautiful drive through the southern parts of South Dakota, Minnesota, and into Wisconsin! Rolling hills of yellow wild flowers in South Dakota. European-style farmhouses and those giant wind turbines everywhere along I-90 through Minnesota. And the giant bluffs along the flood-swollen Mississippi River as we entered Wisconsin ...
... heavy wind storm. It was unbelievable - it lasted about 30 minutes and both Sandy & I were scared. It's a very weird feeling being in the RV versus a house during a terrible storm. We survived and it ended up cooling off and a nice breeze followed. It was nice being able to open up all the windows and we definitely got a good nights sleep.
The weather all around the general area has been crazy with ...
... don't worry, we'll get to sample it along the way. Bought our first chunk of Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese today and we'll have to do a happy hour to enjoy it with a cold beer.
Today started out with beautiful weather, it rained a bit and we are due for thunderstorms tonight. We did have heavy storms last night as well. I think the weather is supposed to be mostly sunny with chances of storms for the next couple of days. Either way, we'll enjoy ourselves. ...
... of place that really makes it all worthwhile. I really mean it. We got off to a late start this morning and headed to Alma Center/Hixton which is southwest from where we were. We have some extra time before we need to get to South Dakota, so we made a reservation at the Hixton Alma Center Kampground for the next 3 days. The ride down here was just beautiful. I know I'm saying this about much of our travels, but it really was beautiful. ...
... prairies that are absolutely teeming with red-winged blackbirds. I think it is blackbird heaven actually. Our campsite is in a glen of maples and elms. At the forest's edge, about 50 feet away, is a wall of sumacs and the prairie is beyond. Mosquitos abound. We paid $18 for a spot close to the bathroom. It is quiet. There's no one here except for a few other campers, a few huge toads , a bunch of rabbits, and the crickets. Pretty soon the crickets will also be ...
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