Bilmar Inn & Suites
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... in Madison, a small town outside of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. It is a gorgeous park with views of Herman Lake and Herman Pond, hiking trails through woods and fields, and a historic cabin built in 1870. Our campsite is near the lake and near a playground. The only negative is the smell. There is a serious algae problem in the pond… and IT STINKS. Since the campground is ...
... to you – you only got to observe unless they happened to land on you. I did not see that happen to anyone. In addition they included a number of salt water aquaria and hands on contact with sea cucumbers, star fish, sting rays, and sharks.
From the Butterfly House we went to the falls from which the town got its name. We had seen this in 2010. However on that trip they had had a sewer line break so ...
... ever again.
Carol - I do believe I found where all of the arts and crafts live in the USA... yepper, in Brown County. Store after store after store of crafts. It's possible you may never want to leave if you visit there... similar to the Bermuda Triangle for craft lovers as yourself. Magnus told us over 3 million people visit that little town every year. Who knew?
Well, we've been traveling on I-74 ...
... The mixed grass prairie is a transitional zone between the tall-grass prairie to the east and the short-grass prairie to the westThe Badlands were formed by the geologic forces of deposition and erosion. Deposition of sediments began 69 million years ago when an ancient sea stretched across what is now the Great Plains. After the sea retreated, successive ...
... it could be lack of money, sickness, death, or the next generation not caring about the farm. If only those walls could talk, I’ll bet we would hear some interesting stories.
The drive across Minnesota is boring unless you like looking at corn fields and wind farms. However, the drive is easy because the roads are straight and flat. The most interesting thing we saw was a semi with a flat tire shredding as ...