Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Sioux Falls
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... them here, but I hesitate to do so. There's no way any photograph can accurately capture the sheer majesty of America's countryside. If you've seen it before, you know what I'm talking about. If you haven't, you'll just have to take my word for it - or do yourself a favor and see it for yourself.
I wouldn't be surprised if I disappointed some of you by not trying deep dish pizza in Chicago, so I would be remiss if I didn't ...
... falls and it's even more beautiful at night. We also became residents of Sioux Falls on 7/2 - turned in our CT license, had to take an eye examine and pay $20.00 for a 5 year license. I almost fell over when they told us it was only $20 --- I think CT is like $90.
On 7/3 - we didn't do much of anything today. Kind of relaxed, did some laundry and Bruce did some little things on the RV. It's a pretty quiet ...
We started the day by leaving Wisconsin and crossing the Mississippi River into Minnesota. More beautiful farms with a lot more cows in evidence. Also, fields and fields of wind turbines. We are so lucky in the USA to have such wonderful farms, and from everyone we talked to, it's been a great year for crops so that is good for ...
... no time to stop and admire.
Its a straight shot down the I29 to KC, and hopefully smooth sailing. Its looking like a hot one, so good job i put sunscreen on the old nose and face this morning.
We travel down to a place called Sioux City. To the right of us is this big river as we pull into town, so we stop to take in the sight and to snap some pictures.
"Is that the Missouri River" Jim asks a ...
... pens with lots and lots of cows. It's surprising that for as many farms as we see, we almost never see anyone working them.
We were on the Louis and Clark Trail today and went through two Indian Reservation Lands; one the Blackhawk's and the other the Dakota's. I was hoping to see someone on horseback in full regalia, but I guess I must have watched too many westerns when I was a kid.