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... Glacial Period. That is your geography lesson for today.
As we crossed Minnesota we saw a number of old barns that were falling down. I don’t know about you, but I always wonder about these barns. What is their story? I would like to know who built them and why they were abandoned. I know that it was probably someone’s pride and joy at one time and I wonder what life events caused it to be left to decay. ...
... the interior chandeliers he's built for his cars and the Challenger out of which he pulled a 380hp engine and installed a 740!!
After dinner (Should they be working on the AC while dinner is being served?) we continued on another hour to our hotel in Sioux Falls, SD. We pulled into the parking lot for the Comfort Inn, only to discover our room was reserved in the Comfort Suites, but as it was right next door, all was good. Sleep tonight, Minnesota ...
... for 29% of South Dakota's population. It is also the primary city of the Sioux Falls-Sioux City Designated Market Area (DMA), a larger media market region that covers parts of four states and has a population of 1,043,450. Chartered in 1856 on the banks of the Big Sioux River, the city is situated on the prairie of the Great Plains.
This is where we spent a week doing the business of changing over our state residency from ...
... br> We laughed and said okay so we started to drive through and the bison took their time to venture off of the road. It was pretty awesome. The second herd was just on the way out of the state park entrance. No one was brave enough to go through so we start to slowly roll when from behind 2 other bison comes the mother of all bisons. This guy was freakin' huge. He was like 2 bison put together. I'm tellin' ya, it was INSANELY big! ...
... Jaclyn to dethrone him from the top spot.
After our pit stop in Albert Lea, Jaclyn took the reigns of the wagon for the remainder of the day's journey to Sioux Falls, SD: home of senator John Thune (their claim to fame). I actually like John Thune a lot and read all of his writings so this was a cool highlight. We took a little walk around the area of our hotel and called it a day. Next stop: the mountain with the faces on ...
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