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... thing I see at the pullover. Seriously, it was 200 degrees outside! Liam and Ryan were the only 2 that joined me to venture down to the canyon overlook. Liam was totally appropriately dressed in his SWEATPANTS!!! I asked him to snap Ryan and I to document that we too ventured out. The other 3 thought the view was fine from the RV Ryan quickly retreated back to the Beast so as not to melt. Liam and I walked a little further and saw these ...
... for provisions.
Taking 69 north out of Forest City we turned west on 9 and then north on 169 to I-90 west. Our first stop will be Sioux Falls, SD. Here we filled up with gas at a Flying J and then stopped at Walmart for our first real shopping. Being Sunday, we thought it wouldn't be busy, WOW what a mistake. I gave Dave a driving lesson driving through a Walmart parking lot with his 32 ...
... US 90. We drove across lower Minnesota and South Dakota to Chamberlain, SD. It was a long day but we stopped for lunch at a rest stop and then we stopped in Sioux Falls to stock our coach with groceries. Those were two much needed breaks. We saw some beautiful farm land as we drove across the two states and we really do understand why they call this the “bread basket of the world.” The soil is so black and the ...
... were full except one another hour away with a pass of 12,000’. We found a private campground nearby instead for the night.
Early in the morning Dale and I got up and went to Glacier Basin, the one nearby campground that takes campers on a stand-by basis. We got to the campground by 7a.m. and got on the list and by 7:30 we had a site for the night. We assured the ranger that we were flexible we just wanted to stay for 3 nights.
Lynnie spotted a neat little bird next to the coach this morning: a goldfinch. It hung around long enough to get a few good shots.
We got out of the campground by eight-forty-five and headed on Highway 81 toward Oacoma. The ride was great. It featured verdant fields, ponds and small lakes and much agricultural. Cattle and sheep grazed in the fields next to the road. We haven't really seen such since we left good ol' ...