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. …
... no hassle--I will be in and out in a flash, I am sure. Except then I see the sign on the door: will return at 12:15. Oh. What time is it now? 11:50. Doable, I tell myself. I am not lugging this piece back out to the car. I will wait in the lobby. The 84 degree lobby. I am sweating and I do hope these customs guys get back here ...
... We have done a lot of things. The weather has been hot, and there have been thunderstorms. I have seen eagles, prairie dogs, squirrels, and trout. So far I would score this trip a 9.
So far on this trip we have seen windmills and learned how they provide energy, watched Harry Potter in the car, walked along a river, crossed the Continental Divide, walked around Little Big Horns battlefield, and saw ...
One of the best purchases we made for this trip is a book called "Roadfood," which chronicles a couple's exploration of the US via authentic diners, dives, and other roadside food that would never win a James Beard award. Having left Minneapolis this morning, we are on our way to the Black Hills National Forest campground in South Dakota and took ...
... and begin turning when the wind reaches 8 mph. I don’t know what the wind speed was, but the sound was a definite but mild hummmmm … not like the noise of turbines that we heard many years ago in Hawaii. Each turbine was about 1500 feet from each other. Look at wikipedia to be overwhelmed with wind turbine information.
Back in Sioux Falls, we went to the Falls Park again for the “Festival of Culture”. All sorts of groups had tents ...