Fairfield Inn Sioux City
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... there the night before).
We left the QC at about 8:30 and arrived in Sioux City at about 3:00 p.
At SC, it took us awhile to learn how to set up our pop up tents. Our campground was between the Missouri River and I29 near downtown. This was NOT going to be a quiet evening of sleep before Day 1!
Let the adventure of RAGBRAI 43 ...
... a marker located where LC camped. The marker and keelboat are now on a lake that was once part of the Missouri River. The actual river is now several miles west of the site.
Since my stay was short I continued north to Sioux City and stopped to show my respects at the Sgt. Floyd monument just south of the city. Sgt. Floyd was a valuable member of the Corp's and the only member who died during the ...
The South Dakota Badlands are a must see. As you travel the country side the Badlands just appear from nowhere, the landscape give you no idea what's coming. From the top of the Badlands you can see how the hills are eroding as they diminish down into the lower plains.
The Badlands National Park has a beautiful drive which finishes at the small town of Wall where the now famous "Wall drug store" is. ...
Slight detour due to traffic stopped on 29, hopped onto exit which welcomed us to Nebraska ! Who knew? We are now in Jackson driving down an old country road, which is more entertaining than the highway, for sure! Good thing the Bus driver did not try to ...
... improve, getting sunnier and warmer. The air is so fresh and clean! We’re in the heart of farm country. All you can see are miles and miles of fields and rolling hills. We’ve seen a couple of unusual things at the side of the road today - the burned out remains of a big rig and a roll of hay! I think the big rig burned recently and the bale of hay looked like it had just rolled off the trailer, as ...