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Not too much to talk about today, but miles and miles of miles and miles.
Hundreds of acres of wheat in Central Montana. As a farmer, I can not imagine facing these huge fields in the morning with a combine.
We began seeing lots of motorcycles later in the day and in to South Dakota. After checking the Internet, I realized that …
Tuesday 12th - Another early start as the major item on the agenda today was to see Sioux Falls. After leaving Rochester we hit the freeway to Mankato, a small country town surrounded by corn fields. We followed the back roads past farmland and plenty of windfarms. The windfarms here are massive. We reckon 150+ in a farm, then over the next hill you see the same, and on it goes.
Into Sioux Falls ...
... more. We pulled off at the cow statue west of Sioux Falls, at the Vermillion River, to get a closer look. There's a huge metal cow head coming out of the ground in a pasture and it sometimes surrounded by grazing cattle. We call it the "cow god." It is surrounded by other sculptures made of recycled garbage. It reminds me of places like Forevertron in Wisconsin or the zoo in Estes Park, CO. Well the guy showing off these sculptures lives in an RV in the middle of ...
... be at number 7 of cool **** to see/do. We would like to go back for at least a week to participate in all these ventures. So more about Mt.Rushmore...it's wasn't that impressive; a lot smaller then we had expected and maybe pop culture ruined our generation but let's be honest Richie Rich's faux imitation of Mt. Rushmore is way more sick then the real thing. We aren't complaining though we are still grateful that we can check ...
... to the world that South Dakota had a healthy agricultural climate.
Eight years before the turn of the 20th century -1892- when Mitchell, South Dakota was a small, 12-year-old city of 3,000 inhabitants - the WORLD'S ONLY CORN PALACE was established on the city’s Main Street. During its over 100 years of existence, it has become known worldwide and now attracts more than a half a million visitors annually. The palace was conceived as a gathering ...