Holiday Inn Sioux Falls - City Center
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Day Three......As usual its the start of the work week and I am wide awake at 5am! ... but I dont have to work!!! stupid brain.
We had made the plan to get on the road by 8am .... as we have short drive to Kansas City, good old KC today.
After a quick stop for breakfast in the hotel, we loaded the cars back up and headed south. …
Well here I am today waiting at the US Customs Office in SF. I expected to lug our big gun case in, fill out the necessary forms, and lug our big case back home again. Nope--first you have to find the place. Shouldn't have turned on John Orr Road because that takes you to FedEx. Found the place on the next try. Then I learned ...
... a mountain range or a beach, but it has a lot of personality and a great city park. We plan to head back down there tomorrow morning for the Farmer’s Market.
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... asked them if they would have preferred two long days of driving vs three shorter, and they both said they like how we're spacing it out. I know I'm tired, so I can imagine how they feel.
Our next stop is Custer. We're staying at the Rocket Motel...it's straight out of the 50's. Look it up on Google. It had crazy good reviews and it's family owned, so I'm looking forward to ...
... pipestone … a soft, soapstone-like material that could be sculpted into shapes for pipes. The clay pipe was only 4 or 5 inches long but was extended with a pipe-stem often made out of sumac trunk. Both pieces of the peace pipe were sacred to the indians.
The red quartzite is so prevalent in the area that it was the major building material for stone buildings in Sioux Falls. Interestingly, many roads are red because the paving material is made from the ...