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... could only take pictures of the outside.
Our route then lead us into Minnesota where there were more farms, more corn, more soybeans and many wind farms. The landscape was heavily dotted with modern windmills.
Around dinner time we crossed into South Dakota and settled in a campground at Sioux Falls.
Tomorrow we see the sights along South Dakota's ...
The early morning sunlight filtered across the lush green foggy South Dakota fields across from our campsite, which made for a stunning photo to start the day. This is probably our last night of camping as we will be with kids/grandkids and my sister for the remainder of the trip.
The short one-hour drive to Sioux Falls was easy and brought back memories of trips across this same route hundreds of ...
... it could be lack of money, sickness, death, or the next generation not caring about the farm. If only those walls could talk, I’ll bet we would hear some interesting stories.
The drive across Minnesota is boring unless you like looking at corn fields and wind farms. However, the drive is easy because the roads are straight and flat. The most interesting thing we saw was a semi with a flat tire shredding as ...
... for 29% of South Dakota's population. It is also the primary city of the Sioux Falls-Sioux City Designated Market Area (DMA), a larger media market region that covers parts of four states and has a population of 1,043,450. Chartered in 1856 on the banks of the Big Sioux River, the city is situated on the prairie of the Great Plains.
This is where we spent a week doing the business of changing over our state residency from ...
... was so sweaty that it kept sticking to my trousers and folding skin over. Bloody agony! Had to ride East along the I80 which is truck central. Not an enjoyable ride. Got into Des Moine and tried to find Tara and Chris' Place. Chris is an old friend of Michelle's who invited us over to stay. Bit of a nightmare to find as their street wasn't on GPS. Tara had done us a great pasta meal and we drank gallons of water to rehydrate. Played with their little sausage dog ...