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We made it here today with very boring travel today. The foot hills of South Dakota do not change much and the interstate just goes on and on. Arrived here by 5pm having lost an hour going back to central time. Jean and myself went to Perkins for a little supper while everyone else headed off for a Mexican Meal a little farther away. It is up and moving with a 6.5 hour driving day and 440 miles tomorrow. It was a pleasant evening with no bugs outside for a ...
... of Prairie Star Gallery is a star within the Indigenous medicine wheel that symbolizes the circle of life, the four directions, and the unity of people of all color. Red represents America's indigenous people. They may be Lakota or Dakota from Pine Ridge, Rosebud, Standing Rock, Cheyenne River, Sisseton, Flandreau, Crow Creek, Lower Brule or Yankton. They may be Cherokee, Hidatsa, Blackfeet, Iroquois, Chippewa, or Santo Domingo. It's a fascinating place and ...
... rest, have a drink and whatever else was necessary. There are some very good stopovers, generally every 50 miles and often have wifi, dispensing machines and a place to rest out of the sun. Towards the end of the day, you certainly need a snack to keep you going as the riding is exhausting.
We are also getting used to the foibles of the USA - light switches sideways or you flick up to use and not down like ours; door handles ...
... s largest truck stop (Iowa 80) and a sculpture garden. Picked up a hairdryer to defrost the refrigerator. Had pancakes, eggs and bacon for breakfast and lunch at Red Robin. Always good.
Tomorrow is the Corn Palace and Wall drug.
Total miles to date: 2254....and we drove 339 miles today!
... but the site itself was quiet and clean and the staff extremely helpful.
The following day we had to pick up supplies in Sioux Falls. I had hoped to have a picnic at the Falls but mom was hungry and the only park I knew that was relatively close was our KOA campground - so we headed back - got permission to have our lunch - laughed at the silliness of it and then packed up to put on a few more ...