Ramada Inn Mitchell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... tons of potatoes that are shipped around the world from there, you’d think that all of Idaho must be growing them.
I thought my GPS was feeling a bit better yesterday, getting over its car sickness or altitude sickness - whatever was giving it grief - but apparently not. The ladies at the Lewis and Clark info centre said that there are lots of dead zones in the region which makes the GPS a little weird. Sure hope ...
... in the back with a large filling and needless to say it cracked the inside piece of my tooth. I will be unfortunately getting a crown when I get back to town. Not sure if we will make it all the way to St. Paul if Jeff gets tired if driving. If it was a smaller vehicle I would help. Tomorrow will be The Mall of America then hopefully on to The Wisconsin ...
... some cool rocks. Another visit is a must. After we left we went into the Badlands National Park. I imagine it being like a miniature Grand Canyon. Beautiful layers of history. It was awe inspiring. Of course we climbed and explored. From there we headed further East and stayed at a camp at Mitchell lake in the town of Mitchell. We watched the local fireworks display over the lake. What a great ...
Tuesday 2nd July – Mitchell, South Dakota Up and away in morning about 8:30am again. Travelled onto Mitchell in South Dakota. Got here about 3pm. Went to bed late after 1pm. Greg tried ringing home but had no success. Train track very close by and highway too. Lots of noise when trying sleep. It is still light at 9:30pm, well getting dark then, twilight. This is the prairie country where there ...
... though, as you will see in the photos, it was still wet from the rain. We walked through the path of state flags and there it was, standing proud, with the faces of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt. Such an inspirational sight. It took an army of men 14 years to complete the sculpture. 90% of the stone was removed with small blasts of TNT and the rest was chiseled by hand by men hanging in ...