Red Rock Inn
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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 …
... The uneventful farms and ultra flat featureless terrain made sleeping an easy task, but oh yea I'm driving. Then every 100 miles of the state was deja vu. Wind farm, normal farm, don't fall asleep, repeat.
One of the first things in South Dakota, based on our route, was Sioux Falls. The people here are nice, but they are curious why ...
... to pull over. The torrential onslaught prevented me from being able to see the road a couple times, and I had no choice but to extend my travels. A 9 hour drive quickly turned into an 11 hour ordeal. Of course I made some rest stops along the way regardless, but the storm alone added a solid hour to my trip. There's something rather unsettling about driving in the evening along wide open plains shrouded in mist, with thick, dark rain ...
... definitely getting busy and we decided to do some exploring of things around us. We took about a 1/2 hr. ride to Split Rock State Park in Garreston, SD. It is a recreational park as well as a campground. The campground was full, but the recreational area which houses a beautiful stream and picnic areas was near empty. Garreston was celebrating it's 125th anniversary. Unfortunately, we were a little early for the ...
... here, we had a great ride!
After going back and forth to the Minnehaha County offices for several days, we finally were relieved to be South Dakota residents. It was a real challenge doing this kind of business, especially after 6 weeks of playing around. Changing the trailer registration was a piece of cake and getting our South Dakota Driver License only took about 1/2 an hour, we did not have to wait three weeks for our ...