AmericInn Lodge & Suites Aberdeen _ Event Center
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... but short duration rain. The clouds cleared and the last hours of the drive were against the backdrop of a beautiful long sunset.with the history of South Dakota and all its people playing on then CD player in the background. It seemed to take nearly an hour for last light after the sun dipped below the horizon. Twenty. Minutes after last light we were there Lake Mina. What had been about an inch on a map to me before was a 440 mile drive packed with ...
... to Doris Day) "take me back to the Black Hills, the Black Hills of Dakota......".
We spent the night at the Wind Cave National Park and listened to an interesting Ranger talk on local animal sounds. Quite cold. Glad I bought my Buddy Holly beanie at Lubbock. Another story.
Day 21 Monday 15 June 2015
This morning wee visited a special site at Mammoth Springs morning we went to see a fabulous archaeological diggings at Mammoth Springs. ...
June 19th – Day 46
From Kadoka we travelled to De Smet SD
via the Corn Palace in Mitchell. This is an interesting place. Every
year the outside is redone in corn murals. The inside has murals that
remain the same although they replensish them every ten years or so
when the corn starts to go bad. It's a little bizarre and quirky.
Most of the year it is a venue used for basketbal games, concerts,
school events ...
... Then, we went to the surveyors house where the Ingalls lived for a year! Next we went to the one room school house Carrie and Laura actually attended! Then was a replica of the schoolhouse Laura taught in for a year to make money for Mary going to school. Then we could've seen the place where Ma and Pa, Carrie, Grace and Mary lived (after Laura and Almanzo had baby Rose). But we just kept going to Pulmer Gulch ...
... The rock is called Sioux quartzite and it is very resistant to erosion. The rocks in the Big Sioux River are kind of layered and look like they are stacked atop each other. There are lots of walking trails with overlooks and picnic areas and there is even an observation tower with an elevator (free) that gives a view of the entire park. The development around the falls is mostly industrial so not a great view of the city. There ...