Hampton Inn & Suites Aberdeen
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... game) and also visited with Gary and Rosemary's son Bob, his wife Jodi and their two daughters, Allie and Sidni.
Back on Friday, before leaving Wayne and Coleen's I had somehow twisted a muscle in my lower back. It was still very painful and luckily Rosemary loaned me her heating pad. The heating pad and I became good friends for the next couple of days and nights and I'm happy to say the muscle tightening has all but disappeared with help ...
Nice park but after the other national parks we've visited so far this one was just ok, interesting rock formations and the grasslands were very pretty. Great free primitive camping area where the local rangers came in and did a talk about hunting and gathering in the area, had a go at throwing an Atlatl (primitive spear) and we both sucked at it. Bison walking through at camp in the morning was pretty ...
Even hotter and more humid day than the previous chase day! We had 29 C at 11pm the night before, it was so humid it felt like being in Darwin in build-up. The outlooks for storms weren't the best but we headed for South Dakota anyway, it always great to chase in a new state. This turned out to best our best chase yet, we saw 3 tornados including stove-pipe and a rope, got a bit closer too which was scary but very ...
... stops. Dist., carb, and a flat tire. Par for a Model A outing. We stopped in Dawson at a old gas station turned into a home. The people were real nice giving us a tour of their home. We also stopped at Harkins machine shop. See the pictures I drove 253 miles today and got 18.75 ...
... The rock is called Sioux quartzite and it is very resistant to erosion. The rocks in the Big Sioux River are kind of layered and look like they are stacked atop each other. There are lots of walking trails with overlooks and picnic areas and there is even an observation tower with an elevator (free) that gives a view of the entire park. The development around the falls is mostly industrial so not a great view of the city. There ...