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 …
... II, Psyche and Cupid, The Dying Slave, and the Napoleon Apartments. Then, we made a short journey to the Arc de Triomphe which is a monument that was built to honor those in the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars. After climbing just a few stairs to get to the top, we realized that the pouring rain and gusting winds would limit our time spent enjoying the view! Regardless, it was fun to see. We spent ...
... grill smell, then a little further downwind you had this wonderfully fragrant/pungent smell of processed/cooked meats. As we made it to the park (just up the street) the wind direction just worked well to send it right by us the whole time.
The park on the other hand is wonderful. I wish we had had the time to see the light show the night before. As you can see by the variety ...
... it was so new it wasn't even on the GPS yet. It actually is not that bad but for the circa 1978 velour blanket on the bed -- seriously people?
BTW, We're on track to see all 50 state license plates. Forgot to mention that Abby spotted a Hawai'i plate at the Wisconsin Dells. She knows her rainbows/anuenues. And tonight, pulling into Sioux Falls, the car next to us in the hotel parking lot -- Alaska. Currently at 42, and 50 looks ...