Econo Lodge North
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... the old girl is working good
3. Add a good hour to any estimated time that the GPS tells you - she likes to do 55
4. Take time for the small things - visit new places even if they look sketchy from the outside.
5. Say hi to everyone and talk to them - so many people are willing to tell you the most interesting things if you just listen
6. When your lucky - buy lots of scratch tickets, go to the casino and definitely play your boyfriend in ...
... After settling in our field, we drove in the car to Sturgis. WOW! I've been to Daytona bike week and have seen thousands of motorcycles in one area and this was just the same. Bikes of every shape, size and color. And people of every shape, size and color!! I had more fun people watching then I did looking at all the motorcycles. We bought tee shirts, pins and hats, had dinner and worked our way through the crowded streets back to our "field".
Sunday morning we packed up ...
... about 1/2 hour there and headed back on the road. We fought wicked head winds all the way into South Dakota as we got off the interstate and took some of the secondary roads. All we could see were mile after mile of corm fields. We entered Iowa and again, the winds were unbelievable - it was quite a job to keep the RV steady. Not that I drove, but Bruce did a great job.
When we ...
... with my decision but I was glad to see more Americana.
Another roadside sign announced the homeplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the Little House on the Prairie books in DeSete. But I did not dare test my luck in pulling off to see it,
A rumbling tummy and Todd agreed to stop at Al's Oasis in Oacoma. SD. Al had it all - grocery store, restaurant, jewelry, gifts, western wear, etc., all in ...
... warring with each other when they were at the quarries, as they all hold this area to be sacred. Pipestone is a red stone and very smooth and is still quarried today by Indians to make pipes. The 260 acre monument had a nice mile walk around the quarries, a waterfall and a large section of prairie untouched for centuries. We didn't realize that the prairies are not just made up ...