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... so a real long day. We got into Sioux Falls at 0930pm it was well dark and not easy to navigate to the hotel in this fairly lively place.
A quick change and down to the local Mexican grill for a meal and a couple of beers seemed to help put the day behind us.
We started with seven in our riding group and ended up with just four of us by the end of the day, People getting lost taking the ...
... play Legion Baseball in Dell Rapids!
We were somewhat concerned about how our tiny chihuahua would get along with Maddox, that is the Sioux Falls Griesenbrock's dog which is 10 times bigger than her. Actually, not too bad. For the most part (after letting Maddox know she wasn't interested in fun and games) she stayed pretty much to herself and maintained her rock solid stance of protecting us ...
... says we will keep going if we do!
We are settled in at Jellystone Park in Sioux Falls, SD. We don’t normally stay at these parks because they are for families with young kids and are usually crowded and noisy, but since school started, the campgrounds are virtually empty. Good planning on our part. More tomorrow.
John's 0bservations as a guy on this trip:
1. The only thing that I am totally ...
... impressive collection of Native American art and knowledge. (Including some of the original beads traded by the Dutch to purchase Manhattan Island...so the experts say.) They have also peppered their museum with a number of native artisans and authors to display their wares and converse with the tourists.
We bought some trinkets at the huge new gift store, walked past the restaurant now on site, and watched a Native American conduct a snake dance on ...
... the entire city! On Saturday we decided to check it out. We have already had some great bike rides & we're very glad Roger built a bike rack which attaches to the bumper of our trailer, so we could bring our bike along. Because of construction & detours, we only traveled on it for about 10 miles then came back. It was all paved except for some locations where there was new construction. It was one of our favorite activities ...