Ramada Aberdeen Hotel And Conference Center
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... River at the "famous" Yankton Bridge. Leaving Nebraska behind we continued north , always north into South Dakota. The land flattened but with quite a bit of water around, the farming became more mixed, with cattle , wheat , soya bean appearing. Looking out we saw dark clouds, and briefly the possibility of a tornado was discussed. " we need to keep an eye on that " says David. Well my eyes were glued to it ! No tornado but a smart thunderstorm , ...
... Rapid City and found it was a temporary anti pollution problem maybe from bad fuel. We got an oil change and service so off we went again. Great guys who looked after us and did it straight away.
We then visited an Air an Sapcemuseum outside Rapid City at an Air Froce base where trhe B1B bomberrs are based and a now-disarmed Minuteman missile in its silo. Linton was in his element.
We then set off for the Badlands national park. Park quite ...
June 19th – Day 46
From Kadoka we travelled to De Smet SD
via the Corn Palace in Mitchell. This is an interesting place. Every
year the outside is redone in corn murals. The inside has murals that
remain the same although they replensish them every ten years or so
when the corn starts to go bad. It's a little bizarre and quirky.
Most of the year it is a venue used for basketbal games, concerts,
school events ...
... While we were in there Pa told a Melvis Petermeyer, it was so cozy and fun. The actual rain only lasted 15 mins but the lightning lasted for about 3 1/2 hours. Our neighbors even offered to let us stay in their "house" but we were dry. (They were very nice). The fire lasted through all of this, so we were able to go sit by it again. This morning we woke up at about 7:00 then Ben, Tommy and Pa went outside to ...
... some farmer's driveway! Bob successfully got us turned around on a narrow gravel road (quite an accomplishment) and we chalked that one up to using a 2009 campground guide
We continued on to Aberdeen and this time I phoned the campground to make sure it existed! Still, the address they gave us took us to a church about two blocks away. Another phone call established that lots of GPS's make that mistake and the ...