Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Springfield
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Wisconsin, to Kentucky, Minesotta, Iowa and back to Minesotta before
taking a homestead near De Smet, South Dakota. They were actually the
first settlers in the area. The government was giving away land as
long as you lived on the land and tended it for a certain amount of
time. The Ingalls built a homestead shanty (long gone) before
building a house (also long gone) and eventually moving into town ...
... to remember the trip by, but everything I was looking at was way out of my budget.
As we were leaving Wall, SD we entered onto the Badland scenic road. I love this national park. It is so different looking. You are driving in the windy plains and all of a sudden you see this amazing striped formations on the land. It is hard to describe. You just need to see it in pictures. And the pictures don't even ...
... in their pens arranged on the alfalfa fields.
In the farmhouse, Klaus and Emily - 7 months pregnant and still working hard - were just getting ready to go out to move the sheep and lambs. The sheep know Emily's voice now, the lambs, a little more so than when they were much younger and less skilled or knowing about flocking. When a lamb gets separated from its mother, it goes to look for her in the last place they were together. But since the ...
... Ummelina spa trip for baths and massage then lunch at Bolivian restaurant. Second brief stop at Beer Junction with Dennis. Saturday wonderful bike ride through West Seattle with Dennis and Lesley and Leah. Then delicious three dish curry dinner cooked by Lesley and Dennis with Kathy and Jake as guests. Early ride to airport for home on Sunday ...
I found this wonderful town in the Southern Minnesota Brochure that we picked up at the Visitor Center when we crossed into Minnesota. Reading these brochures and studying the history of each state, is how we find most of the places we visit. When we checked into the city Campground, the Park Ranger gave us a binder full ...