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Woke up a little later after the frivolities of the previous night, but we weren't feeling too bad. Had a quick brekky at the motel, before hitting the road for the 350 mile trip to Sioux Falls.
All along the road for over a 100 miles we kept seeing signs for Wall Drug and wondered WTF is Wall Drug, finally we saw an exit for Wall and curiosity …
... that was constructed to provide power for the mill. The dam was raised in 1908 to supply power to the hydroelectric plant.
We ate lunch at Falls Overlook Cafe outside so we could enjoy the scenery.Lunch was a very healthy salad with blueberries and strawberries mixed in with the lettuces! This was probably one of our more healthy meals so far. We were proud!
After lunch we went to the Old Courthouse Museum. It was ...
... plains and farmlands, which extended as far as I could see. I've stood by the Atlantic ocean, I've looked up at the sky at night, and I've stood on the edge of towering cliffs in Israel. I get what it's like to feel small, like you're just a small piece of some larger-than-life masterwork. But driving along miles upon miles of clear, open land - the same land upon which our country grew in the critical years of its development - was ...
... won't go into specific detail here, but let's just say she was squeezing them into something much too small.
I made two visits with friends in Sioux Falls, Peter Hauff and Slim Houser. It was great seeing them both - Peter is an avid photographer, originally from Brookings, and Slim was a long-time friend while in the South Dakota Army National Guard when I was stationed in Pierre and Rapid City.
... facility building that is decorated each year (actually has to be done twice a year) with corn cobs and corn stalks. They cut the cobs in half and do murals on the outside of the building. There are 275,000 cobs of corn used each year in twelve different colours. The corn isn't dyed - it is grown in those special colors (somehow). We were able to take the dog inside as long as we carried him. He's actually pretty heavy after ...