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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 …
I was wondering what they did with the endless fields of corn... Once you've seen an out house done in corn, no need to ask any more questions.
Next stop Al's Oasis for breakfast. Lots of bison on the menu.
So lets just say not a whole lot to see from Rapid City SD to Wisconsin Dells, so I was told to stop and see the Corn Palace, you have to see the Corn Palace lol so we did Gary was excited!!! lol what it is its a building made to look like a place and they grow corn outside of town,and artist come in and do murals on the outside as well as ...
... 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 ...
... campground who said that ten miles north of us they had reported baseball sized hail. Yikes! Good thing we didn't camp a bit further north.
South Dakota has lots of cornfields and soybean fields just as Iowa did, but the land is starting to be a little more hilly.
About 40 kms from Sioux Falls we got the "X" on the gear display again. Just after that happened, we passed ...