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... himself out of not getting a ticket. He certainly stuck to the speed limits after that however.
We came across an eagle on the side of the road but unfortunately it had a broken wing, so just sat there poor thing as we passed slowly by.
Another good long day to look forward to tomorrow so bed now to grab some sleep - if I can - my room mate is already asleep with a loud snore! Must find my ear ...
... won't go into specific detail here, but let's just say she was squeezing them into something much too small.
I made two visits with friends in Sioux Falls, Peter Hauff and Slim Houser. It was great seeing them both - Peter is an avid photographer, originally from Brookings, and Slim was a long-time friend while in the South Dakota Army National Guard when I was stationed in Pierre and Rapid City.
... Jaclyn to dethrone him from the top spot.
After our pit stop in Albert Lea, Jaclyn took the reigns of the wagon for the remainder of the day's journey to Sioux Falls, SD: home of senator John Thune (their claim to fame). I actually like John Thune a lot and read all of his writings so this was a cool highlight. We took a little walk around the area of our hotel and called it a day. Next stop: the mountain with the faces on ...
... all the mountain formations. Not exactly what you call pretty like in the other parks, but amazing and wild. One local man had told us to go at Sunset because the colors change the whole look of the Badlands. Of course our timing doesn't allow that and so we walk around and take pictures and then head back out the way we came in. So due to the paving, this park doesn't take much time to visit and we move on. Thank goodness ...
... 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: ...