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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that was constructed to provide power for the mill. The dam was raised in 1908 to supply power to the hydroelectric plant.
We ate lunch at Falls Overlook Cafe outside so we could enjoy the scenery.Lunch was a very healthy salad with blueberries and strawberries mixed in with the lettuces! This was probably one of our more healthy meals so far. We were proud!
After lunch we went to the Old Courthouse Museum. It was ...
... plains and farmlands, which extended as far as I could see. I've stood by the Atlantic ocean, I've looked up at the sky at night, and I've stood on the edge of towering cliffs in Israel. I get what it's like to feel small, like you're just a small piece of some larger-than-life masterwork. But driving along miles upon miles of clear, open land - the same land upon which our country grew in the critical years of its development - was ...
... won't go into specific detail here, but let's just say she was squeezing them into something much too small.
I made two visits with friends in Sioux Falls, Peter Hauff and Slim Houser. It was great seeing them both - Peter is an avid photographer, originally from Brookings, and Slim was a long-time friend while in the South Dakota Army National Guard when I was stationed in Pierre and Rapid City.
... hoops to claim however as the extended warranty issuer requires that we get an authorization number prior to getting work done. The shop says that they "don't really like to get involved" in extended warranty issues and yet we will need their help in convincing the insurance company that whatever is wrong falls into the coverage we have. So....this could get ugly.
On the plus side I get to use two ply toilet paper again!
... to retain knowledge on obscure ailments which could be a potential threat at some point in our lives. She is font of medical and disaster planning knowledge!
Equal to her capacity for research, education, and preparation for all levels of disaster is her capacity to worry. And I don't know how the rest of y'all were raised, but even though I am officially a grown up now, I still spend an inordinate amount of ...