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.
This is the third day of departures and will …
... Park, absolutely beautiful, so different than the prairie. It was 96 degrees with a strong wind that probably was. 98 degrees!!!! Had dinner on Belle Foursche, met an oil worker from Cross City, here for a year because of the good money! Tomorrow we check into Sturgis for 3 days while we visit in that area. Keeping ear out about fires in Glazier, heading that way next ...
... the sound on rain on the roof. Ohhhhh, rain is not good for unhooking the RV!
Side note: I believe that I have discovery how lithotripsy was invented. As someone with a kidney stone too large to pass drove across I 90's washboard, rough road, the stone began to breakup. By the time she/he had covered the length of this road he/she could pass the smaller, now pulverized stones. This person then invented a machine to pulverize stones since not everyone has access to I ...
I slept well, but was a bit disappointed there was no continental breakfast, however since it is a conference center there was a restaurant on the premises, so I am sure they didn't want to compete with the room service offered. It was predicted to be rainy, and sure enough it was cold, cloudy and rainy, however, it got really nasty when I was about to Chamberlain/Oacoma! The wind was incredibly strong, and I was getting pushed all over the ...
... partial truths at best. It has always felt embarrassing to me what we did to the Native Americans. We have never righted the wrongs there...and I STILL. Think we ought to. You know what I have been noticing in both Wyoming and South Dakota (and Iowa): Almost no one wears a helmet when riding a motorcycle. I know that must feel good to have the wind in your hair....but, they don't call them "brain-buckets" ...