Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort of Sioux Falls
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Picked Our Winnebago up at around 8.30am - took about an hour to get that all sorted - there are around 200 vans going out and being delivered to Los Angeles, Las Vegas or Denver. It's quite amazing to see them all there.
We have a 27 foot Minnie Winnie which is great - 10 miles on the clock!
Did a shop at Walmart in nearby Mason …
had done such an excellent planning job that we had reservations for each
evening's stop. Here we had three adjacent campsites. Pulling into Site 12 the
first task for Don and I (as well as the others) was to hook up the RV to
external sources so we could enjoy all the benefits of our home.
and Beth were hosting this evening's dinner so we had plenty of time to take
the showers we had missed this ...
... to feel the effects of all the driving now, so we checked into our next hotel. We had an amazing bit of luck, when we managed to swap our 2 queen beds room with a bloke who wanted to swap his king bed, double sofa bed room. They brought us a roll out bed as well, so we should all now have a good nights sleep. It’s 7.50pm now, and we’re all knackered, but i have promised the kids we’ll visit the pool tonight. If I stay ...
... to it. On the 2007 Odyssey Ann vetoed an hour detour to see the "other" ball of twine and Paul seemed to regret it so much that this time we had to stop.
Darwin's ball is for purists, we suppose, in that it represents the work of one man -- it is a fully completed work of art(?) It is housed in its own gazebo -- might be hard to tell the scale from the photos, but know that the gazebo is full o' twine. And that ...