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... Beethoven today made me think of possibly doing his complete symphonies tomorrow. I also need a jazz day this week.
Just one side note: I noticed that while some of my pictures are embedded within each article, remaining pictures for each entry are automatically placed at the bottom of the page. So in case you didn't notice that before, be sure to check those out!
Badlands tomorrow, and staying over in Rapid City. Until ...
... Teddy would have loved to meet him. Brenda was nice enough to give us one of his CDs.....Teddy, get ready for some polka music.
Also, tomorrow will be our third week on the road and we are still loving it. We've been fortunate to have good weather and the motorhome is feeling more and more like home every day. We miss everyone and wish you all could be here to experience this with us. Love to everyone. xxxooo
... but many different kinds of plants, flowers, and grasses. It is also very tall and very thick, so we have a greater appreciation for all those pioneers that had to cross these plains through all of that.
We stopped for the night in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and arrived early enough so that we were able to go and see what the town was named for. The Sioux ...
... we make it there in 25 mins and get checked in. Not a bad little Best Western.. and for the price of $47 a night you cant got wrong.
It is time to unwind, so we head to Applebees and grap some food and a well deserved beer or two.
Day three is in the bag we chat and catch up on a few e-mails and this blog by the pool with a six pack then call it a night .....going to be a good sleep tonight!
... another photo op.
Later, after about an hour on the road, we pulled off the highway at a WalMart (a signature move in our vacations) for a few things and found ourselves on the edge of a big, loud, prairie lightning storm. We made for the car and outran the weather by mere minutes. Next stop, Mitchell, SD.
Along the way a big double semi truck managed to flick up a stone onto our windshield, chipping it and putting in a few spidery ...