Cedar Shore Resort
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Wonderful spot right on the shores of the Missouri River
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As we walked over to find the Millross's, the words of a worship song came to mind as I walked among the motor homes watching the sunrise. "As morning dawns and evening fades, you inspire songs of praise, that rise from earth to touch your heart, and glorify your name". We are so blessed folks.
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The first thing Susan said this morning was she was moving to the couch since her bunk bed is too hard! More of that miracle foam concrete.We are up early waiting for the conference rooms to open with coffee and refreshments provided by Winnebago. Since the butter burger did not kill me I try to eat my weight in pastry without Susan seeing me! No small feat! Our appointment is 11 so we scout out the RV to make sure everything works. Pack and tuck in stuff and rearrange. After we ...
... 12. After all, this is Buffalo country. You can't miss the Buffalo statues out front to take a picture with. A must! Also, coffee is only 5 cents. All you can drink. There is a general store for grocery's and a gift shop. Seems to be a well known pit stop if you are traveling through on I-90. I'd recommend stopping here. It's a good overnight break before continuing on to the ...
... was absolutely pouring, and it was getting hard to see. I ended up getting off the interstate, and pulled off at Al's Oasis to see if I could ride out the storm, I checked my backpack, and the wind had really been causing havoc with the straps, so I tried to tighten them, and got soaked in the process. I was there for probably about 45 minutes before I attempted to proceed. It was incredibly foggy for most of the rest of the way, that I ...
... seven years after the completion of Rushmore. Chief Henry Standing Bear, then-leader of the Lakota tribe, didn't like the four huge American faces peering over his people's land, so he asked Ziolkowski if he could carve a monument in honor of a Native American legend. "My fellow chiefs and I would like the white man to know the red man has ...