Quality Inn & Suites South
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... Home and Museum to become the Siouxland Heritage Museums.
We strolled the old downtown area and had lunch at the PHILLIPS AVENUE DINER; a great place for lunch, dinner or dessert. You won't be disappointed. (Linda: can't count calories and eat here)
The PRAIRIE STAR GALLERY on Phillips Avenue is a must stop if you love high quality Native American peoples. They have authentic, handmade, centuries-old art forms in a century old building. ...
... in the whole world is grown here. For hour upon hour that's all we see. I even fell asleep on the back for a while and when I woke up the scenery hadn't changed at all. Actually it's great to finally see so much productivity on the land at last. In quite a few of the little towns we went through there are huge farm machinery outlets, silos etc. Finally Sioux Falls ... It's the largest city on South Dakota with a population of just over ...
... same in hotels with these lifted up and not down and of course, the riding on the opposite side of the road is now becoming much easier.
We got to our hotel around 6pm to find that Jo and Goldie were here so after quick unpacks and showers, we all hit the bar and then had dinner. It was great to catch up and have a few laughs and we hope to see them again before they head back to the UK.
Off to bed as another big ride ...
... CORNY" and "A-MAIZE-ING!"
I wanted to go to Laura Ingall's homestead but they closed at 7 pm and we left the palace at 7 pm. I guess we will have to see Laura's home next time we do this trip.
We finally made it to our campsite Yogi Bear's Jellystone Campground. It is perfect for Hugh and he is feeling well and enjoying it so far. We set up our site and then Hugh went straight to the pool with Matt to swim. While ...
... but the site itself was quiet and clean and the staff extremely helpful.
The following day we had to pick up supplies in Sioux Falls. I had hoped to have a picnic at the Falls but mom was hungry and the only park I knew that was relatively close was our KOA campground - so we headed back - got permission to have our lunch - laughed at the silliness of it and then packed up to put on a few more ...