Ramada Sioux Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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From the greyhound/ airport terminal we hailed a taxi - and got Earl. Earl is not a taxi, he just drives people around and then charges money. Good work if you can get it. About a minute from the airport, Earl pointed to a field and said that's where Richie Valens, Big Bopper and Buddy Holly's plane crashed. They had just performed earlier at Mason City, where a memorial ...
... south. Our next stop would be Mt. Rushmore. We parked the coaches in a nearby WalMart parking lot, turned the generators on to keep the refrigerators running and drove south in the car. It was a very pretty drive through rolling hills and jagged rock formations. Somehow, in 1927, the faces of Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln were carved into the granite rock face. It is an amazing site to see. For example, the dimensions of George Washington's face are; forehead to chin-60 ...
... about 1/2 hour there and headed back on the road. We fought wicked head winds all the way into South Dakota as we got off the interstate and took some of the secondary roads. All we could see were mile after mile of corm fields. We entered Iowa and again, the winds were unbelievable - it was quite a job to keep the RV steady. Not that I drove, but Bruce did a great job.
When we ...
State 3: just outside Sioux City, Iowa, the interstate lead us into South Dakota, where beef cattle was added to the scenery. Massively large cattle farms lined along the road also greet travelers with the aroma of manure. (Strangely, it's a pleasant smell to me as it reminds me of summers at my grandparents.)
A change of interstate to I-90 took us east to west across the entire state of South Dakota. The same ...
... says we will keep going if we do!
We are settled in at Jellystone Park in Sioux Falls, SD. We don’t normally stay at these parks because they are for families with young kids and are usually crowded and noisy, but since school started, the campgrounds are virtually empty. Good planning on our part. More tomorrow.
John's 0bservations as a guy on this trip:
1. The only thing that I am totally ...