Homewood Suites by Hilton Sioux Falls
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... etc but all managed to get back to the hotel under their own steam.
I started to realise today how big this country is - we spent most of the afternoon and some of the evening on one road which was about 250 miles long and dead straight for most of the route. The occasional town and village but mostly nothing but farmland growing sweetcorn.
Bob in our party got pulled over for speeding but managed ...
... and anything. Poor Dani, received most of her growls, probably because Chi Chi was there before Dani got home from work the first afternoon.
Dolly took a couple of hours for herself and visited Victorias Secret in the mall, as I had promised her a trip there to buy a decent bra. Since I wasn't invited into the back rooms, she was measured, fitted and set up with (for the first time) with the right ...
... it could be lack of money, sickness, death, or the next generation not caring about the farm. If only those walls could talk, I’ll bet we would hear some interesting stories.
The drive across Minnesota is boring unless you like looking at corn fields and wind farms. However, the drive is easy because the roads are straight and flat. The most interesting thing we saw was a semi with a flat tire shredding as ...
... that most of the motorcyclists weren't wearing helmets - scary! We didn't realize that when we visit Mount Rushmore we'll be in the midst of all the mayhem - and we left our Spyder at home! We had our first traffic stop on Hwy 29N for about 45 mins. There was a motorcycle accident and someone was air lifted out by helicopter. An hour later we pulled into ...
... the entire city! On Saturday we decided to check it out. We have already had some great bike rides & we're very glad Roger built a bike rack which attaches to the bumper of our trailer, so we could bring our bike along. Because of construction & detours, we only traveled on it for about 10 miles then came back. It was all paved except for some locations where there was new construction. It was one of our favorite activities ...