Ramada Sioux Falls
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... as mentioned before, once I hit the countryside. I changed gears with some more Bela Fleck, this time from Tales from the Acoustic Planet, and a rundown of my Beatles '62-'70 compilation. Then I jammed out to Snarky Puppy's We Like it Here, and Jay-Z's Reasonable Doubt (also in preparation for the fall). Up next was Beethoven's Sixth Symphony (Karajan/Berlin), and Sibelius'Tapiola (Sakari/Iceland Symphony Orchestra) to bring up the ...
... Tomorrow we will be heading to Custer, SD, the Badlands and Black Hills SD. We've been there before, but we couldn't pass up going again. We will stop half way in Kennebec, SD for the night and then spend 3 nights in Custer.
We've met lots of really nice people along the way. This weekend we had two couples right next to us who were from Minnesota (Lisa, Phil, Brenda & Larry). Larry has a polka band - I know ...
Our goal today was Pipestone National Monument in the Southwestern part of Minnestoa. We have a map of all the National Parks and are trying to see as many of them as we can. Pipestone is a type of quarry stone that has been traditionally used to make ceremonial pipes for many of the Plains Indian tribes. The story has been told that all Indians ...
... t roll in in the dark. .. I'm ok with this as it will be nice to get some shorts and flip flops on and give the bones in the buttocks a rest.
Quick stop at the company... won't bore you with the details, unless you want to read about "Screw Heads, Diggers... Power and bla bla bla! lol Insert image of Tim the Toolman Taylor... except this is "Jim the Toolman Lawrence"
With the Hotel address plugged into ...
... deck. We stopped to hear him explain the symbols on his costume and to express his gratitude to all fellow soldiers and their families. I now understand that their mission at Crazy Horse is not to necessarily to ever complete the monument, but to raise the nation's awareness of the South Dakota Sioux tribal culture. If that is so, they have succeeded. Inside the museum is also a whole wall listing the scholarships given to students they have ...