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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Minneapolis to Vermillion, South Dakota:
We took a detour south to visit the National Music Museum(Thanks, Louise) in Vermillion, S.D., on the campus in the U of SD. Guitars used by Elvis and BB King, A full Gamelon and more ancient guitars, pianos, lutes and homemade instruments then you could imagine.
... through here. The sumac beside the road is bright purple-red and many of the trees bordering the fields are in full fall colour, as are the copses of hardwoods along the creeks. The farmland, all rolling hills and hollows, is a mixture of yellow, gold and brown tones and textures, mostly in standing corn but some in grain, some dotted with hay bales, some with corn stubble, some fallow and traced with tractor ...
... irrigation pivot. Free bike wash!
We finally found the byway, which was an extremely desolate stretch of road. We drove through miles of gently sloping hills. The road stretched on and on, and our gas levels became lower and lower, with no gas stations in sight (or any signs of life, for that matter).
We pressed on, and with bikes still wet and low on gas, we rolled in to Pierre, South Dakota about 6:30 pm.
More corn fields on the way to Beresford. We came around a curve and what did we see in a field... we don't know. But it was big with huge horns. As we were getting closer to where the campground should be we see nothing but corn. But then we see an oasis of trees on a hill. This was the campground. Beautiful trees and grass. We found a Geo cache and even played Mah Jongg. A relaxing day!
It was so hot and humid that we knew it was going to be a good storm chase day, we woke up to 2 super-cells on the radar at 8am! Went to Lincoln for BBQ lunch and to get Laurie's camera cleaned before getting into position around Columbus. We positioned ourselves perfectly to witness large sister wedge tornados and a cone tornado as they made their way along highway 281 between Norfolk and Pilger, sadly this system went on to almost completely destroy the small town of ...