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I drove about 885km today.
Had a Starbucks breakfast in the Hyatt, and got out of St. Louis easily enough. I drove non-stop to the Kansas border, to a small place called Atchison, where the house Amelia Earhart was born in is located. Two grannies (or possibly great-great-grannies; they were quite rickety) let me in and told me what to look at, then I wandered around myself.
The house is now owned by the 99s, the international ...
... How Much Farther?, and Headwind Vikings -- but in the end the winning name idea came from Kali with "The 3 Marquardt-eers".
At SC, it took us awhile to learn how to set up our pop up tents. Our campground was between the Missouri River and I29 near downtown. This was NOT going to be a quiet evening of sleep before Day 1!
Let the adventure of RAGBRAI 43 ...
... of the river but in South Dakota. Of course the nearby Dakota City is not in South Dakota but in Nebraska. Maybe the pioneers were just too tired or ran out of names.
It was now the hottest part of the day and I'm getting tired. I had heard about a shady campground at Ponca State Park. I decided I would spent a couple days here since I needed to catch up on the blog, wash the van, and we both smell like dogs.
The South Dakota Badlands are a must see. As you travel the country side the Badlands just appear from nowhere, the landscape give you no idea what's coming. From the top of the Badlands you can see how the hills are eroding as they diminish down into the lower plains.
The Badlands National Park has a beautiful drive which finishes at the small town of Wall where the now famous "Wall drug store" is. ...
... like I suggested... Check out the photo... Lol Rainstorm and no where to hide in these parts! South Dakota ! Following a humongous oversize load! Crazy something like 16 axels! Took up both lanes! Pictures cannot show this thing! Yankton, SD and heading ...