Baymont Inn & Suites Sioux Falls
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There’s not much between Sioux Falls and Milwaukee. We did
drive through Minnesota, James’ 45th state though. In Milwaukee, we stayed with
Lindsey’s college friend Ally who is in med school there. She took us to a
great tapas place for dinner and helped us pick out some local Wisconsin beers.
... pulled in at huge rest area, which was a sort of museum to Lewis and Clark the first American explorers to head west.
We arrived at the motel at about 5:00 an had a short rest before heading of to the ballpark about 6:30 to watch the Sioux Falls Canaries take on the Quebec Capitals, the home team won 9-5. After the game we headed home and hit the hay about ...
... in to downtown Sioux Falls. My niece, Jenny, had recommended a diner downtown called Phillips Ave Diner. What a fun place! I had a watermelon beer, fried pickles, and sourdough bread stuffed with a hamburger. I was stuffed alright! After dinner we just had to go to the falls. Can't be in Sioux Falls without seeing them. They may not have been as spectacular as what we saw in Alaska, but they were surely worth stopping for. We stayed at a KOA campground in Sioux Falls.
... at this point is almost exactly in the center of the continent, I felt that I'd reached a major milestone in this journey. Part of me thinks I'm stone crazy for attempting this thing, part of me is in wonder at all that I'm seeing, and another part is eagerly looking forward to the next leg of the trip. I've come this far, I suppose I'll just have to see it through.
I pulled into Sioux Falls in late afternoon and connected ...
... last flying one in the world, a B 24 bomber and a mustang all of which they flew in today to the airport behind us. Col Stuart was a really lovely guy and asked if we would like to all go for a fly in it tomorrow but of course we out of here to early but bummed as it wold have been an amazing opportunity. Well that's about it today it was just a day of riding the Badlands, flat, full of corn and bugger all else. Over and out The boys on ...