Baymont Inn & Suites
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Loving the great freeway at 75 mph, crossing the Mississippi & Missouri Rivers and enjoying the rolling plains of Midwest South Dakota.
I am taking notes on the physical geography, the wind and remoteness of the countryside as I zoom across the country. The bike trip route is north of the CRV road trip, but goes through many of the …
... in the back on the car and we figured that we may have to buy tires on the drive). Because of that we had to find a place in Wall and buy two new tires to put on the front and rotated the front tires to the back. This allows us to make it home without ruining a brand new pair of tires and will give us the ability to wait until home to fix this small issue. We met these two wonderful old farm boys who were great people to chitchat ...
... felt satisfied that it was productive.
Stopped in downtown Rapid City for a coffee. The town is known as the City of Presidents as there are life size presidential monuments on every corner, 40 in all I believe. We ran into George Washington, the big daddy of them all.
We went into the Sioux Falls downtown for a look and some food in the evening.
... next to the fences near the roadway- I'm sure this 'means' something, but not quite sure what!!! We arrived at our Holiday Inn and were given a very warm 'Midwest' welcome. We put our luggage in the room and headed out to Sioux Falls. We walked around Falls Park, which was beautiful, it has several small waterfalls in the middle of it. We also saw a huuuuuge train, we'd hazard a guess that there was over 200 coal carriages on it! We then headed back ...
... No offense to the residents of this area, but I could never imagine living there,
It was also getting cold as I got further north. The low in Sioux Falls was 32 that day and it was just the beginning of many sub-freezing days to come. I got some dinner at a nice diner in downtown Sioux Falls and retired early. On the following day I would drive across the plains of South Dakota and enter the Black Hills!