Dakota Sioux Casino & Hotel
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... Dakota, heading to Watertown, SD. I headed north on hwy 73, then east on 14, north on 25 at De Smet, and finally east on 212 into Watertown. What a pleasant change to be riding at a reasonable 65mph and through beautiful country. The southern part of the ride was still mostly ranching and fields of hay but as I got further north and east the farms became smaller, but obviously more fertile given the range ...
We all meet at Parker Lake Park. Steve and Dave riding in Steve's 1930 Town Sedan, Mike and John riding in Mike's 1929 Roadster, Thom and Roger riding in Thom's 1929 Tudor and Art following in his 1954 Olds. My wife and Dave's wife were there to send us off. We had had a couple ...
The countdown is on. Shots are finished, passport arrived, new luggage, camera and we are off. I hope the weather is great as we travel to North Dakota to get on the plane. Traveling north in the winter is always iffy.
I could even pack my bags now if need be. I don't think I will be needing sandals and capri's here with the weekend temps to reach -30 :).
Uganda here we come!!!
... LATI. I could not do this if not for the flexibility and creativity of my fellow instructor Marie Palluck and Kim Bellum, my boss; both kept me in the loop and worked with me 8000 miles and many cultures away.
And to my family, who supports me 100% no matter what crazy idea I have next. Carmen and Mom-thanks for picking up the mail, rent checks, and keeping the apartment in order.
This will ...
... set to go. I gassed up Shorty for $3.65 a gallon, which was about 15 cents cheaper than in Minnesota.
The trip was exciting. We actually had a tailwind! The downside, however, was the miles and miles of construction on I-29. The northbound lanes are closed off, so we shared our lane with the northbounders. At sixty-five miles an hour, the journey got tedious ...