Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Sioux Falls
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... for it in Wisconsin...by getting bratwurst and cheese! On a whim, I exited the highway and checked out this place called Ehlenbach's Cheese Chalet, a quaint little cheese shop with a huge selection of award-winning cheeses and various odds and ends. I got a pack of bratwurst and a quarter-pound of their horseradish-chive havarti, which I enjoyed thoroughly with Bell's Oberon wheat ale when I got to the hotel tonight.
Once I hit ...
... least for the first two days). It did get pretty crowded for the rest of the week due to the holiday. We decided today that we are going to alter our route and head to Custer/the Badlands/Black Hills after we leave here. With it being summer, you really need to make reservations and we were lucky to find a place. I'll give you more details when we are there - I already know it will be awesome.
On 7/4, the ...
4. It still amazes me that people with a 3000 pound car cut right in front of me with a 24,000 pound vehicle. Guess who might win in a confrontation?
Traveling with my wife is easy. We both have our jobs down and with her driving the trip is a lot easier and less tiring. We stopped at the Wisconsin Dells and although we only did a drive through it was worth it. The architecture of some of the buildings was ...
... the parking lot.... "Yes Sir, it is" "Old Mo" he replies., and then decides we need to know the whole history of the area!! we back away slowly nodding and smiling as we try to make our escape!.
Back on the road and looking to find a gas station, we take a right and head over the river .... Well! now we are in Nebraka!! On the left side is Iowa and on the right side its Nebraska.
Cross two more states off ...
... s face and the hole where his arm separates from the mane of his horse. They have outlined the horse's head on the mountain, but overall not a lot has been done on the mountain compared to my last visit.
We walked through the museum at the base of the mountain for a while and that was where I noticed the differences. I remember there being only one small building in this location, but now they have expanded that building to add several more rooms ...