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After breakfast in our beautiful lodge dining room (made somewhat less so by the frequent flies and slow service), we packed up Gordon for what is starting to feel like one of the last few times. I purchased a midwestern-themed print from their artist in residence because it made me feel at home.
Today we were headed east through South …
... next to the fences near the roadway- I'm sure this 'means' something, but not quite sure what!!! We arrived at our Holiday Inn and were given a very warm 'Midwest' welcome. We put our luggage in the room and headed out to Sioux Falls. We walked around Falls Park, which was beautiful, it has several small waterfalls in the middle of it. We also saw a huuuuuge train, we'd hazard a guess that there was over 200 coal carriages on it! We then headed back ...
State 3: just outside Sioux City, Iowa, the interstate lead us into South Dakota, where beef cattle was added to the scenery. Massively large cattle farms lined along the road also greet travelers with the aroma of manure. (Strangely, it's a pleasant smell to me as it reminds me of summers at my grandparents.)
A change of interstate to I-90 took us east to west across the entire state of South Dakota. The same ...
... Very nice! There are 20 or 30 cabins there in a row you could rent.
We continue on our way across the grassland, the Great American Plains. We plan to drive as far as we can before dark and that should put us in Sioux Falls. There are lots of symbols of Sioux Indians as we travel. We are still traveling through the grasslands. In South Dakota the grasslands are not so flat, but have slightly rolling hills. ...
... big but is still worth seeing. It is no Niagara but I still enjoyed seeing it none the less.
We stopped at Walmart which for those who have never been to Walmart, this place has everything. Groceries, clothes, dvds, books, luggage, plants...it is just endless!!! So we stocked up on snacks and anything we wanted or needed for the next few days just because it was all there to buy. Walmart is just an experience on its own.
We stopped at the SPAM museum, yes SPAM: ...
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