Corn Palace Inn
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... 8217;s Funny Farm. I know, I know…the irony of ME staying at place called "Funny Farm"… I was a bit concerned that I’d step off our site and Larry would leave me there! Hahaha
Wednesday, 8/19/15, we left around 9:00 out of Loveberry’s. It was kind of a miserable trip… Many of the roads were “bouncy”…not bumpy, bouncy. Well, then there were the bumps too…. ...
... We witnessed a marriage proposal in front of the falls, she said 'yes' in front of 50 tourists. Snapper got talking to a motorcycle policeman whose sole task is to patrol the falls on his 2014 Road King. The cop will be retiring in 12 months, we think he's only about 45 years old. He gave us some friendly tips on getting around the area and was happy to talk about our bikes at home.
... been trying games and mad-libs. He always wants to know the "next stop." He's been a real help putting up the tent because of his experience and has been mostly good at helping keep an eye on Ana. I've noticed him leaning onto Ana for companionship more than he does at home so maybe this trip will make them closer. Back to the road.... We crossed into South Dakota, a slightly cluttered state in comparison with Minnesota. As we went west, the farms give way to ranches ...
... off our bucket list plus it was totally worth the ruckus we caused with the horse mask. You should have seen/heard this little Asian couple, too stoked! And the first couple we asked to take the picture, "use your spurs". Although Keystone was pretty awesome the best place South Dakota has to offer is a place called WALL DRUG. Driving through SD Wall Drug has about a million billboards advertising services they offer, and ...
... but it was still very cloudy and changeable. I took the back road, I think it's called Ishwala, through old residential Lake Delton. It's a classic little Wisconsin resort town. It was also heavily shaded with trees. Mirror Lake narrows to a creek here lined with dells in a steep, narrow canyon. The creek empties into another manmade lake before flowing into the dammed up Wisconsin River. A few years ago a dry summer saw this lake completely emptied. Residents ...