Holiday Inn Sioux Falls - City Center
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... headed to see the Falls. The rock was beautiful shades of red and had been carved, smoothed, and molded over thousands of years into the namesake for the city, Sioux Falls. For me there is nothing more mesmerizing than falling water and watching it continuously pound the boulders below. People were randomly climbing the rock formation everywhere and anywhere as the ...
... 8211; enough excitement for me for the day.
We all finally left the cabin at about 10:00 AM and checked out a few more rock formations – and got some climbing in too. It seems that the climbing is what really entertained the girls here – and it makes sense: vistas and solitude don’t really get your heart racing. However, walking along a ledge with a 15’ drop-off on one side and a 200’ drop off on ...
... for what was to come. Water, literally, was flowing over into the entrance ramp back to the freeway as we got the heck out of there…very scary!!!
We did finally get through and are now in Kansas City, Missouri at our fifth KOA camp of the trip. Tomorrow we should be in St. Louis by mid-afternoon. Now, if we can only find my now favorite niece Kristen’s (she raved about my pictures) house we should be ok. And, this also means I will ...
... laser generated figures on the side of a park building. Before that time we walked all over the rocks around the Falls. Since it had rained a lot recently, there was a lot of water cascading down the river, asis shown in the picture.
We lounged on the hill above the falls for the light show which began by telling the story of the first white settlers to come to the area. It moved slowly forward through time telling about merchants and Indians and families etc. It ...