Fairfield Inn & Suites Sioux Falls
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... again, I noticed the sky was beginning to turn grey. I neglected to look up the weather report this morning, and I was going to pay for it. Within the hour, it was raining. Big deal, rain happens. And just as quickly as it began, it was over. But once I passed into Minnesota, the sky opened up again, and it rained for the rest of my drive to Sioux Falls. And I mean it really rained. It's not all too often that a rainstorm is so bad that ...
... contest. Maybe next time. We also visited Devils Gultch where Jesse James jumped a huge gultch while being chased after a bank robbery. Could not believe a horse could ever jump that far. Another awesome site was Pallisades State Park and the King/Queen trail. This is one beautiful area of the country.
On 7/5, it was another relaxing day and the humidity is unbelievable. We needed to get some supplies for ...
Our goal today was Pipestone National Monument in the Southwestern part of Minnestoa. We have a map of all the National Parks and are trying to see as many of them as we can. Pipestone is a type of quarry stone that has been traditionally used to make ceremonial pipes for many of the Plains Indian tribes. The story has been told that all Indians ...
... to take a detour??" ..... "sure, lets do it" .. so we are off down the 77 to Freemont, Nebraska.
If you ever travel the roads of the Mid West and have a few hours to spare, get off the Freeways and take a few of the back roads... you will see some beautiful country.
We now know why Nebraska is known for its corn.... there are corn fields as far as the eye can see and the road winds its way through a ...
... up to park they announced their closing for the night, we contented ourselves with the outdoor views and then found a restaurant for a late dinner.
We ended up at a Perkins, seated across an aisle from an older gentleman and his wife. It turns out that the man had been a rodeo clown for 19 years and he shared some of the stories of his daredevil life. He was very interesting, even if, as Tim says, he may have bent the truth a little. My favorite ...