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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 …
... whole roast chicken, $4.40; salad $3.98; banana cream pie $3.90. Cider $1.50 per bottle. Dinner sorted. There is also something cool in unloading the shopping trolley straight into the fridge and cupboards. There were RVs parked in Walmart car park overnight. It's free and Walmart encourage it. The interstate speed limit is 80mph - makes me wish I was in a corvette or ...
... the road again, we drove east on Hwy 44 headed for the Badlands.
For miles and miles there was no sign of civilization. Miles and miles of flat grass prairie. Then we began to see small outcroppings of rocks. Once we entered the Badlands National Park, the groupings became more intense in width and height. These jagged soft rock formations cover miles and miles in seemingly the middle of nowhere.
After we exited the Badlands, we drove only a couple more hours and ...
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.
... with my decision but I was glad to see more Americana.
Another roadside sign announced the homeplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the Little House on the Prairie books in DeSete. But I did not dare test my luck in pulling off to see it,
A rumbling tummy and Todd agreed to stop at Al's Oasis in Oacoma. SD. Al had it all - grocery store, restaurant, jewelry, gifts, western wear, etc., all in ...