Knights Inn And Suites South Sioux City
Travel Blogs from South Sioux City
... ourselves out getting in & out of the car to take pictures. We had a buffalo dog at a ConocoPhillips station before we got on I90 and headed for Sioux Falls, SD. Half way across So. Dakota it started raining. I do not know quite where cuz I was sleeping and Linda was at the wheel. Near Sioux Falls we went south on US 29 and headed south to LeMars, IA for a motel, dinner and dessert at ...
... and Nebraska's beverage is Kool-aid..really!
Haley, our helpful waitress (who lives in SD, works in IA, but was born in NB, and has a slight resemblance to Chris' Hailey) informed us that we were within spitting distance of the tri-state boundary point but had never been nor knew how to get there. Andy was exceptionally eager to seek out a tri-state boundary marker, but the rest of the ...
For anyone not watching, the Costa Concordia is now upright thanks to an expert salvage operation.
Just wanted to give a shout and hearty congratulations to everyone involved.
More info here.
... http://www.followmee.com and click on the Map tab. Enter the following:
and be awed by technology. Or scared... I tried another app first, and it showed not only my location, but my calls, and even the contents of my text messages. I decided that was just a little TMI for y'all, so I uninstalled that one.
... but we didn't have that far to go today. We travelled through the Badlands, so dry and barren, but still beautiful in their own way. Then it was on to Wall Drug, what an interesting place, started as a Pharmacy when the west was first being settled. An interesting story about how they became successful giving free ice water to dry thirsty travellers, now you can buy almost anything there, spent hours going from room to room.
Friday morning ...