Courtyard by Marriott Sioux Falls
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You wouldn't know by the looks of our rig but this is an official DOT vehicle. Part of Jacobs responsibility while on tour is keeping a daily DOT log. Today has been a learning curve to say the least. Pretty sure our calls back to our Safety Supervisor has been the highlight of her day. Last week he completed his physical and took the written …
... the road again, we drove east on Hwy 44 headed for the Badlands.
For miles and miles there was no sign of civilization. Miles and miles of flat grass prairie. Then we began to see small outcroppings of rocks. Once we entered the Badlands National Park, the groupings became more intense in width and height. These jagged soft rock formations cover miles and miles in seemingly the middle of nowhere.
After we exited the Badlands, we drove only a couple more hours and ...
... a wonderful little shop -- yes, in an old building on the corner -- filled with gorgeous fabrics, beautiful sample quilts on every wall, and lots and lots of really cute patterns. That I made it out of the store with only these three is a miracle. [And, no, Laura, Sue, and Roberta, I didn't buy so much as a fat quarter.]
Halfway through the day's journey, I came to the wide Missouri River and this lovely bridge. Since ...
... In fact it's so bad that i actually had to look up the names of the presidents while writing this!
Mount Rushmore was actually pretty fun and interesting, even for a non Yankee doodle such as myself. We learned that 90% of the sculpture was created with dynamite, the work began in a time of American prosperity before the beginning of world war 2 and they do not accept the "National Park Pass" that Les bought for $80 before we set out. Things that ...
... Gulch RV Park, we were able to visit the Mammoth Site and Crazy Horse monument, along with Mt Rushmore. Drove in to Rapid City for a look around and to gather some supplies.
Mount Rushmore visit today, on our way to Rapid city for a look around and to get some supples. Drove through Keystone and spotted just a couple of the thousands of riders heading to Sturgis.
The Black Hills are alive to the sound of bikes. Cool!!