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... base of Mt. Rushmore, called Keystone. As you can see from the pictures, hundreds of the motorcyclists headed for Keystone and Mt. Rushmore also.
As we arrived back at the WalMart parking lot, we found Stan's driver's side mirror hanging off the mounting. Darn it! Somehow someone had hit the mirror breaking it. It took about an hour but McGyver managed to use nearly a roll of duct tape and some 550 parachute cord to tie the mirror back up in to place so Stan could drive.
Day 22: 3489 miles
Sunday, June 22
I woke early, loaded up the car, hugged Leah good-bye, and hit the road for Sioux Falls. Because I anticipated a long day, I kept to I-90 pretty much the entire day.
About 9:00, as Harry, Ron, Hermoine, and I were settling into our third volume, I saw a small, hand-made, roadside sign for the "Quilt Shop on the Corner" in the next town. So, of course, I had to stop.
... which was more Native American market than informational visitor center. If it's not nailed down at Crazy Horse they will sell it. They are even selling removed rock from the mountain and people of lapping it up.
It was now around 4pm and we still had 400 miles to complete to reach Sioux Falls on the other side of South Dakota. We stopped off at "Wall Drug" for a late lunch on the way. Wall Drug is a massive store in the small town of "Wall". The story ...
After staying at Jackson, Minnesota for a couple of nights, we headed on to Sioux Falls, South Dakota. We are all a little excited as we are heading to Sturgis for the Motorcycle Rally and then on to the Indianapolis Moto GP in Indiana. Loving that we have Greg Turnbull (Peck) travelling with us for the next 5 weeks. Will also have Dave Jenner and Tony Morris from Australia meeting up with us at Sturgis for a couple of days.
While staying at ...
... to stop for tolls. (We assume that it worked as you just buzzed through at 60 miles an hour. I guess we will find out shortly if it didn’t.) After arriving at Sioux Falls in the evening and we stopped at Subway and took it to the Falls Park to eat. Falls Park was very pretty with a river of waterfalls through the park. We stayed at a Super 8 motel, which was a large step down from the hotel we were in ...