Hampton Inn & Suites Brookings
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and home of her museum. If only the highway was only half as interesting her books. It was NOT! If it weren't for the constantly changing smells, we both would have probably fallen asleep for the monotony.
The one other thing that did keep us awake was the wind. One thing we noticed on this section of road was the abundance of wind turbines. Some areas were just covered with these wind farms. It should have donned on us that ...
... it more but want to get up into the northern lakes area. Earlier in the morning, after returning to cell service away from badlands, while Sraddha is driving I look in the Atlas to find the nights camp. I spot a state park, one of our favorite venues, a few miles north of Sioux Falls. I get on the internet to check availability.
Some parks won't show you anything that day but this one did which showed two sites. I ...
En rigtig dasedag med god bog omringet af egern. De er store og brune med busket hale. Bilen er tjekket og klar til at køre til storstaden i Minnesota.
Grete og Svend Petersen bor i Bloomington, som er i Minneapolis sydlige del.
Her er også The Mall of America
Mall of America® is located in Bloomington, Minnesota - only ...
... carries one's prayer to the Great Spirit. The traditions of quarrying and pipemaking continue here today.
Then back on the road, back to US 14 -- and eventually a meandering route (avoiding road works, or trying to) to go north from US 14 to US 212, which took us across South Dakota to our campsite on the banks of 'the wide Missouri' (Lake Oahe).
... highway towards De Smet, the site of the Little Town on the Prairie. There are a lot more trees than I imagined but I expect that is because the first settlers planted them just like Pa did in the books. Gas is getting cheaper. We just say it for 3.39 a gallon. Actually all the gas has been cheaper than it is in Grand Rapids. ...