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... falls we continued on to the hotel. We checked in, got our rooms and headed there. I unpacked, did sink laundry, tidied up, had some pre drinks in one of the rooms, then
back on the coach and we headed into town to go to dinner. Dinner was at a country style restaurant, with southern cooking. It was a group walk about dinner, but our tour manager recommended this place. The food was good – i had the ...
... Wallace L. Dow, who designed many local buildings including the South Dakota State Penitentiary, the All Saints School, and the Thomas B. McMartin home (now the Pettigrew Home and Museum). The building is constructed of native Sioux Quartzite stone, a popular local building material of the late 19th century. When completed in 1893, Dow claimed the structure would be the “largest courthouse between Chicago and Denver.”
... South Dakota.
Well what a surprise!! The 'World's Only Corn Palace' is huge and majestic and awe inspiring. What a treat to come across this icon in the middle of - it seemed nowhere - but I guess it's in the middle of 'corn country'!
The original Corn Palace was built in 1892 by the town and local farmers to display how fertile and productive their soil was in hopes of encouraging immigrant ...
Have been on the road driving hard for a couple of days... tonight in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, just a few miles west of the Minnesota line on I-90. I pre-dated the past couple of entries because there is still some stuff from the northeast. Hope to catch up today... perhaps Lacey will help a little....
On the way down from the Adirondacks, I spent another night in Geneseo, ...
... that caught my eye! BTW, I LOVE the new styles for kids this year. Very reminiscent of the mid-late 80's.
Our second day in Rapid City, Todd was able to break away from work long enough for us to do a whirl wind sight seeing tour to Mt. Rushmore, Black Hills NP, Deadwood & Sturgis. We did get some photos in at Mt. Rushmore a drink in Deadwood and an early dinner in Sturgis, but otherwise we mostly enjoyed the drive on a beautiful day.