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Sioux Falls turned out to be a very pleasant surprise. Our campground was off the Interstate in what we would consider an older area of the city. We pulled into the RV park and to our left side was a whole quonset hut looking building ... painted light yellow ... that turned out to be part of the office. Ahead to the left were a few RV parked on grass; ahead to the right were "older" manufactured homes. Our motto is "Well we're here now, let's check it out."
The white stripes come at you fast, in an endless onslaught and blink out of existence just as quickly beneath the hood. The road is straight as far as the eye can see, mostly flat, occasionally rolling over a small hill towards the horizon where it meets the blue skies littered with clumps of cotton clouds. Dead carcasses, predominantly deer line the shoulders in grotesque fashion. Massive windmill farms are everywhere, spinning ...
... to today.....well today takes the cake. 650 KM 's or so with about 5 corners.....well that's what it seems. In effect we pulled out of Deadwood which because of Sturgis being over was definitely DEAD at about 6 am bike fire up time and rode into a very still but foggy morning. Coming thru the pass the sun was a bright red ball in the fog....amazing to see as it looked like mars. On to the freeway we basically wound the bikes p to ...
... movie. We follow the sculpture trail - the city installs 50 sculptures along a marked walk. Every year people can vote for their favorite and the city then purchases the winner to install it somewhere on city ground. We enjoy the interesting art works! What we do not see is anything that traces the name Sioux back to the Indians. We have to wait until our next stop in Rapid City - there we will surely meet Indians!! Only ...
... to stop for tolls. (We assume that it worked as you just buzzed through at 60 miles an hour. I guess we will find out shortly if it didn’t.) After arriving at Sioux Falls in the evening and we stopped at Subway and took it to the Falls Park to eat. Falls Park was very pretty with a river of waterfalls through the park. We stayed at a Super 8 motel, which was a large step down from the hotel we were in ...