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... have these turbines because it is TOO windy for them. We have a long way to go so we drive on to Al's Oasis in Oacona, South Dakota. We walk across to Al's restaurant for buffalo burgers. Then to Al's grocery which beat the heck out of Walmart. Since we walked we will shop in the morning and fill up with gas too. Back to the park, which is right next to the highway as most parks are. I am still waiting for a train whistle though. THAT IS WHEN IT HAPPENED! One of the two slide ...
... on it...it is a great tie dye though and the guy gave it to me for practically nothing. Nash, Steve's 4 year old grandson gets a matching one too...Steve is not fond of wearing logos so...it worked out best this way. the guy told me to go take a picture of the street where the rally would be held...and believe me..there is NOTHING special about that street...LOTS of T-shirt shops though....and I drove ...
... flies, sneaking sips of beer from prohibited pool glass bottles! And we were scared that they would want to have a conversation? They were probably thinking the same thing as they glanced periodically over at us. We made up a whole story about them and what they do and just cracked ourselves up making it crazier and crazier. The bursts of laughter coming from the trolls huddled in the back must have added to their enjoyment of the evening.
... consistently enough that Sharan politely but firmly ignored me and drove directly to our destination. I am officially the world's worst navigator. It's a good thing that I see getting lost as part of the journey. I've seen some really interesting stuff while getting lost on the way to wherever I was trying to go. But I digress...
The Needles Highway is a road that curves through a rocky outcropping (and is carved straight through part of it). ...
... next destination was Wall, South Dakota, home of the infamous Wall Drug. This is another spot that I visited in my younger years but that Sheryl had never been to, so another check off her list. So since we were here, anyway, we decided to grab some lunch in the cafe. As we were heading out, I was rewarded with a passing train pulled by a combination of Iowa Chicago and Eastern/Dakota Minnesota and Eastern power, supplemented by a CP Rail ...