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The day dawned gray and rainy. We had breakfast at a little family restaurant right near the hotel. We had the buffet since we were in a hurry. The strawberries were really good, but the rest wasn't that great. By the time we left the rain had stopped. Our first stop for the day was The Badlands National Park. We just drove the badlands loop road. …
Despite my 15 year old's objections, I had to see the world's only corn palace. Unfortunately, it was neither as corny nor as palatial as I had hoped. Also, we got lost in town, which, as my son pointed out, was a hard thing to do. We had a nice room though (although, IMO, a bit pricey for a rural spot).
... and talked for about 45 minutes until some people began to come and visit. Eventually everybody who was coming came and the visiting began. After about an hour or so I got really really cold. So my mom and I left for a while to go see if we could buy me a pair of sweatpants. Nothing. Absolutely nothing. I swear there is not a pair of pants in the state ...
... br> mont Rushmore pour observer les 4 faces des présidents américains
dans la montagne. Beaucoup plus impressionnant que nous pouvions le
croire. C'est immense et de toute beauté. Nous avons fait un sentier
nous permettant de voir comme il le faut dans le nez d'un des
président. Hihihi. La chaleur est insupportable. Il fait 145 degré
f. Le soleil est brulant et nous devons rouler pour avoir un peu de
vent. Nous nous rendons à Badland national park dans ...
... were the hardest part for me, and some tears were shed (by me, of course) along with lots of hugs and kisses all around. I'll miss my dear children and grandchild very much, but like both of the girls reminded me "you'll have a GREAT time, mom!" And they're right. I'm thankful for Skype and cell phones, but I'm ready to begin this journey of a lifetime!
So, please join us on the road. Until next time......