Courtyard by Marriott Sioux Falls
Travel Blogs from Sioux Falls
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 ...
... before, but just wanted an inexpensive place to sleep. The room had a strange smell that we were not sure if the previous hotel guest had a cat or if it was Jared or Dawson’s stinky feet or if it was just a stale smelling hotel room. At any rate we tried to get to sleep so we could wake up early and get back on the road again.
Enjoying the waterfalls at Sioux Falls ...
... they had some lovely homes and some very impressive old Town Halls and Churches...and Barns!!
It seems that whenever we start our journey in the morning there is tension between us and it hasn't been very pleasant. Maybe it's nerves, who knows - but this MUST end! Each of us has our jobs to do to get ready to move this thing and by now, we each know what that job is. It is good to spot ...
... guess what our project will be? If you guessed hugging kids or serving meals, you are wrong. We will be removing an existing roof, then helping to build a reinforced concrete roof on a church in one of the poorest barrios in a small community. The church is incredibly important for education and community outreach, and they need to expand to better serve their community. This is phase one of that project.
I forgot to mention in the previous day's post that we drove through Spearfish, SD on the way to Rapid City. At the campground in Spearfish there is a Hells Angels USA run this week, and so we have seen the motorcylers everywhere we have been for the last couple of days.
We drive up to Pinnacle Point and we are looking down into the Badlands Canyon, not as deep as others we have viewed.It is pretty amazing ...
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No tube tv!
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