Days Inn Empire
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... and I could see a couple of people watching it burn. It appeared to me that they noticed a problem and were able to safely get off the road and out of the vehicle. But this was quite an impressive fire. The second picture was the sun setting behind a wind farm. Today we will be moving on to the Black Hills, where we will be staying for two nights in Keystone, SD. I like staying put long enough to unpack and get organized. I just don't do well living out of a stuffed ...
... was used for county business until 1962, when it became too small for court and administrative activities. A new courthouse was built to the west of the original and the Old Courthouse was slated for demolition to make room for a parking lot (Linda: typical of Americans vs Europeans who restore and preserve). Concerned citizens campaigned to save the Old Courthouse and in 1974 they were successful. The building was converted to a museum and joined with ...
... in the whole world is grown here. For hour upon hour that's all we see. I even fell asleep on the back for a while and when I woke up the scenery hadn't changed at all. Actually it's great to finally see so much productivity on the land at last. In quite a few of the little towns we went through there are huge farm machinery outlets, silos etc. Finally Sioux Falls ... It's the largest city on South Dakota with a population of just over ...
Had a bit of a rough sleep in the motel. As Nibsy hears people walking down the hall, he growls and sometimes barks. It's understandable since that's his job but he woke us several times last night.
Bob called the shop this morning and they have now decided that the problem is the pressure switch inside the transmission. After talking to both the ...
... Oakland. One town had a population of 41! Freemont is a college town and quite cute. Most have the railroad as the main industry and big grain elevators. We also crossed the Platt River which is extremely low right about now. The fields are very dry and they must be praying for a little rain. Many large farms and lots of plowed fields - not as many animals this time - although we did see two ...