Kelly Inn and Suites Mitchell
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... it’s way around a bit better when I get to the eastern States where there are way more roads!
I did see something beside the road that struck me as pretty funny yesterday. There was a homemade sign, looking a little weathered, announcing ‘Born Again Taxidermy’ and then something about ‘… alive again’. Maybe it wasn’t meant to be funny but I’ve been smiling about that all day. ...
Home of the World Famous Corn Palace …and other tourist stuff.
We left Preston, MN via I90 all the way across MN to the KOA in Mitchell, SD. No more pictures of farms, corn, soybean and wind fields. I was not even tempted. WI was at least rolling farmland, MN is flat!
Lucky we did not fall asleep, which was only due to the concrete highway. Thump, thump, thump. Tomorrow we will drive through town to see the Corn Palace and head to the Bad Lands National ...
... trees but lots of green grasses.
Wednesday 3rd july –Mitchell, South Dakota
Slept in after late night and noisy trains in the night. Went grocery shopping in the morning at Walmart so don’t have to do in next stop. After lunch we went to the Corn Palace, here in town, where they decorate the outside of the building with murals using corncobs. The town started doing this ...
... but it was still very cloudy and changeable. I took the back road, I think it's called Ishwala, through old residential Lake Delton. It's a classic little Wisconsin resort town. It was also heavily shaded with trees. Mirror Lake narrows to a creek here lined with dells in a steep, narrow canyon. The creek empties into another manmade lake before flowing into the dammed up Wisconsin River. A few years ago a dry summer saw this lake completely emptied. Residents ...
... from the top of the mountain. The likenesses of the faces is incredible.
After spending time in the visitor's center and seeing a film, we left for Mitchell, SD, our next stop for the night. After looking at a map, we decided to take the scenic route, since we had plenty of time. The map indicated that the Bad Lands National Park was on the way, so we thought we might stop in, if time permitted. We drove ...