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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 ...
... and they probably hardly knew each other. So much for Hollywood although Calamity seems to have embellished the story. Although she had a drinking problem, she is well remembered for nursing smallpox victims in the town during an epidemic and it is said that none of her patients died.
We got the trolley in to town and had a nice dinner.
Day 23 Wednesday 17 June 2015
We had had an engine fault light on our dashboard so took it for ...
... place, the twelve tribles of Israel, Ark of the Covenant and other
diaromas and then a jungle playgrund at the end. The very overy
friendly huggy man took a liking to Josh and offered to buy him off
us (jokingly we think) and then at the end the kids got free keyrings
from Love's which is a gas station over here. Ummm.... it was
In De Smet we stayed at Spot
campground. Josh loudly exclaimed he wasn't showering here. ...
... Then, we went to the surveyors house where the Ingalls lived for a year! Next we went to the one room school house Carrie and Laura actually attended! Then was a replica of the schoolhouse Laura taught in for a year to make money for Mary going to school. Then we could've seen the place where Ma and Pa, Carrie, Grace and Mary lived (after Laura and Almanzo had baby Rose). But we just kept going to Pulmer Gulch ...
... that all day!) There were ups and downs, but we were feeling strong and not having to slow down as much on the hills. The landscape became much more of what we thought North Dakota would be. Slightly rolling hills with large fields, and long straight roads. Some of the fields had piles of large rocks variously scattered in them, and it reminded us of fields in the dry land farms northeast of Ephrata on the very rural road to ...