Howard Johnson Inn & Suites
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Morning started with a light rain. Temps in the mid 50's. Drove to the Badlands with ever increasing winds. Sustained at 35 and gusts well in to the 50's. Bad gas mileage day. White knuckle driving. All worth it. The Badlands was amazing. All I hoped for. Drove through the 240 route that leads you to Wall Drug. The only damper was the wind. It was …
Today started with the usual swimming and Pickleball. We also had to move our motor home to our last site #109 for the next 21 days. We're happy because we can pick up our satellite again. Sometimes sites with big trees are lovely but interfere with our satellite signal. Later we went grocery shopping and relaxed the rest of the day. Late afternoon there was a huge thunderstorm with lightning and heavy rain. The grand finale was a beautiful rainbow in all its ...
... standing inches from the edge of the asphalt. I tried waiting them out from a distance, but unlike their behavior in the morning, they did not graze on the move. I felt like I was in a show down, with a herd of male bison weighing 800-2,000 pounds. What a fool I am. On the first showdown encounter, I flagged down a passing minivan from Arizona and asked the driver to "escort" me past the herd. He ...
... and hooking up is not hard.
The outside temperature got up to 102F with a steady wind 25 - 40 mph during the first half of our trip. The second half the wind settled down and the temp dropped into the high 90's. About 100 miles from Rapid City we could see a jagged edge to the horizon -- it was the Black Hills of South Dakota. It was the first time we could see mountains on the horizon since we left ...
... to my suggestion of playing a scavenger hunt card game. Got a “this is really kind of fun” comment – WINNER! I also got to see both boys studying the maps, asking questions about different mannerisms and accents of the people we came into contact with, and discussions of their parents travel experiences.
There is so much land in America. We have seen ...