Red Roof Inn Sioux Falls
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We are settled in at Jellystone Park in Sioux Falls, SD. We don’t normally stay at these parks because they are for families with young kids and are usually crowded and noisy, but since school started, the campgrounds are virtually empty. Good planning on our part. More tomorrow.
John's 0bservations as a guy on this trip:
1. The only thing that I am totally ...
... was driving and bravely did not flinch or put us in danger. Phew. The damage didn't make the car dangerous to drive so we continued on...
The Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD was an iconic stop for me in my youth, with its exterior murals using field, pop and multi-colored corn cobs to depict images related to an annual theme. 2013 is "We Celebrate" and the murals this year featured everything from sports to the nativity. Unable to go inside because, as ...
... CORNY" and "A-MAIZE-ING!"
I wanted to go to Laura Ingall's homestead but they closed at 7 pm and we left the palace at 7 pm. I guess we will have to see Laura's home next time we do this trip.
We finally made it to our campsite Yogi Bear's Jellystone Campground. It is perfect for Hugh and he is feeling well and enjoying it so far. We set up our site and then Hugh went straight to the pool with Matt to swim. While ...
... usually capture the little guys, go over AHRE code of conduct with them, and put them outside on a nice tree or bush. <For the record, my father is a decorated SRS Level 12 who expanded his services beyond spiders into centipedes, mice, and a couple of wayward bats...I learned from an expert.>
Key to our peaceful coexistence with spiders, however, is the word "little." We don't grow them very big in ...
... view of the towns below as Mount. Rushmore sits high above Rapid City. We drive down to the Mount Rushmore village and decide to stop for a few minutes, but end up shopping a little longer than expected in the gift shops. We have to have souvenirs you know. This village reminds us of Cherokee Indian Village a little.
We then head back to Rapid City to continue on our journey. Our first stop is Cabalas. Again ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed