Hilton Garden Inn Sioux Falls South
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- Swimming pool
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... George I. Seney.
The seven-story, Sioux Quartzite from the site opened in 1881. At the time of its construction, the mill was one of the most advanced in America. The mill could process 1,500 bushels a day. It closed in 1883 due to inadequate water power and a short supply of wheat.
Several companies tried in vain to make the mill a success. In 1929 it was converted into a warehouse. In January 1956, fire destroyed the wooden roof and interior ...
... but maybe it's better that I didn't get my wish.
The monster driving day ended in Sioux Falls, shortly after we entered into South Dakota. With a population of 150,000 people it is not only the largest city in the state, but apparently it is the brightest beacon of civilization between Minneapolis and Denver. Not knowing any of this upon arrival, finding a fun town was a pleasant surprise.
Sioux Falls has had ...
... We seen a lot of the farming side of South Dekota. Beef, dairy, corn, sunflowers, canola. And other varieties of crops I am not sure of. We were going to stay at Bonesteel ..but it was only a small town ..not sure if it even had accommodation. We then stopped at James River ...Julie and I surveying the bushes ..while Rich and Alister went in another direction . Place was swarming with little flies ..did not stay long. Decided to continue riding till we reached Sioux Falls. ...
... last flying one in the world, a B 24 bomber and a mustang all of which they flew in today to the airport behind us. Col Stuart was a really lovely guy and asked if we would like to all go for a fly in it tomorrow but of course we out of here to early but bummed as it wold have been an amazing opportunity. Well that's about it today it was just a day of riding the Badlands, flat, full of corn and bugger all else. Over and out The boys on ...
... and the company that handles the extended warranty insurance, it looks like they are going to be able to work together now that the problem has been "definitively" diagnosed. Bob went to the shop to work things out and the insurance company has agreed to pay albeit with some exclusions (environmental charges for instance). We'll see what we get when it's all said ...