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 …
... and the Mississippi River tomorrow!
So far on our trip we have seen windmills, farms, done geocaching in every state, watched Harry Potter in the car, hiked around Devil’s Tower, ate ice cream, and went swimming in Sheridan Lake. We also hiked on a trail in front of Mt. Rushmore, saw a cool geocache that was all about fishing, and went to the Badlands. Mom and I climbed part of the Badland hills. It ...
... We can't wait for our Wind Cave tour; we confirmed our reservation today. We will have way more to share after Wednesday when ALL the fun starts!
Can't wait to pick up Robb at the airport in Montana on Thursday. If this trip is lacking anything, it's him.
Hope you all had a fabulous day today!
Lori, Henry, and Caroline
PS We've only heard hints of 'ya' Fargo ...
... This means that we are driving on “red roads” … the best life that a man/woman can live, according to the indians is by traveling on the “red road”. A life of virtue, honesty, etc. That’s us.
Y’know we’ve been seeing all sorts of wind turbines on our travels. We took a short detour from the Pipestone park to see a field of turbines. Standing at the base of a turbine, I’m a dwarf. The blades were about 30 - 40 ...