Ramada Spirit Lake/Okoboji
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Spirit Lake
... it is tempting to push it to 80 we know Our V weighs about 18 tons and a blow out could be catastrophic at any speed! Slow is pro. Just past Plankinton, SD I decided to stop at a rest area for lunch and to change drivers (Bruce was napping) and at this cute little rest area in the middle of nowhere in prairie lands is this tiny church open to the public. The fence around it is to keep grazing cattle out. Bruce is 6'6" standing next ...
... park of some 242,756 acres of grass prairie and sharply eroded buttes and pinnacles,with a lot of prairie dogs, which could be mistaken for rabbits at first glance. They look and behave a bit like meerkats, and dig holes every where like rabbits.
For the last day or so I have passed through many miles of very flat corn and soybean crop. So neat, they would appeal to any ...
... the settlers who encountered this forbidding land and had to find a way to cross it.
In addition to the scenery, we saw a big horned sheep ram walking across the landscape and of course we had to stop and watch the prairie dogs.
After leaving the Badlands we continued our trek east watching hundreds of motorcycles, trucks and ...
We met Lisa and Dave at Arnold's Perk. They have great coffee but no breakfast. So the next step was to go to the Family Diner in Spirit Lake. Great breakfast. The kids went over to Arnold's Park, while we took Izzie back to the coach. Dave brought over a few tacos from our favorite Taco John's for lunch. Then he brought over some Iowa pork chops (the thick ones), sweet corn (they looked good), and some caramel bread pudding for dinner. Prior to ...
... again crying. It didn't look good for the home team. But with another bottle, Izzie was asleep again. Next thing I knew it was 5:30AM and I awoke with Izzie crawling around the bed. Izzie is very quiet in the morning - talking quietly to herself. She likes to move around a bit. Getting kicked in the stomach and face is part of the game. In addition, it is not uncommon for Izzie to check things out in your nose or mouth. We did our best to act like we were sleeping ...