Holiday Inn Express Aberdeen
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... It lasted 20 long minutes.
We finally hit US12 east towards Aberdeen. My GPS said I had 250 miles left? I finally saw a sign saying 60 miles to Aberdeen, thank God. It must have been the rain because the GPS thankfully reset to 61 miles.
I white knuckled it for 10 miles when I could see brightening ahead through my fogged windshield. I put my visor up while it was still raining hard but had to get an idea where the ...
... and enjoying the view and others would drop out of sight over the edge and then pop up a little further along - I watched them awhile longer than the first group.
Following 240 through the park, the road takes you over several "passes" and plains areas, as well as meandering along the floor of the badlands themselves. The scenery changes with every corner, as do the colours and types of ...
... an hour of lightning on the horizon...though the storm barely brushed past our little campsite.
Tomorrow, we will set off diagonally across The state heading to Murdo to see the Pioneer Auto Museum before continuing west to Badlands NP, Mt. Rushmore, Sturgis, Deadwood, and into ...
... chips, vents, temperature and probes. As in Australia The BBQ is the exclusive domain of the male, who stand around the BBQ discussing charcoal, temperature, smoke, and vents, studying thermometers, of course with a beer in hand. We had smoked pork butt, ribs and hot dogs along with salads and Australian red wine on the lawn overlooking the lake well into the evening. As the day progressed fireworks started first indiscriminately and then as the long ...
Today we drove through the heartland of the USA with Rhona's first cousin Eileen and her husband, David Voigt to their "lake house" in Mina, South Dakota. Corn as far as you could see in every direction, which had all made it to being knee high by 4 July. The country is not completely flat but undulates gently, with trees now planted along stream banks and around houses, it is has a very bucolic feel. Nothing like our long stretches of nothing. Crossed ...