Red Roof Inn Sioux Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... held every year and attended by thousands who travel from all over the world. All the fields here have wild turkeys, skunk, deer, armadillo standing around (waiting for coyotes and Eagles to eat them). Half an hour and Earl's life story later, we arrived at Forest City Iowa, at the Winnebago Factory. After a vehicle briefing and inspection/practice drive we were on our way. ...
... of eye-11 feet, length of nose-20 feet and width of mouth-18 feet. It took fourteen years and no one of the 400 workers died in the creation of this national monument. The sculptor said of his creation, "... Let us place there, carved high, as close to heaven as we can, the words of our leaders, their faces, to show posterity what manner of men they were. Then breathe a prayer that these records will endure until the wind and rain alone wear them away." We had lunch in a quaint town ...
... Dakota you could definitely see a change in the terrain - from flat to rolling hills. It's very very pretty and very green (must be from all the rain they have had). We arrived at the campground in Sioux Falls around 4:30 and it was raining and chilly. There is lots to do in SD and we plan on taking in some of the sights. Lots of restaurants, brew pups, scenic waterways, waterfalls, etc. ...
... displayed over and over for hundreds of miles - flat, flat, seasonally-spent corn and soybean crops on dusty brown farmland, with the heavy machinery stationed in the fields alongside the irrigation apparatus waiting for the next planting season, only to be interrupted by the occasional herd of black cattle.
The repetitive landscape, coupled with a very early flight out of Knoxville, and Todd was ready to let me ...
... so far is that we leave on time and have no agenda.
2. Travel through Ohio, Indiana and Illinois is boring but necessary if you want to go west.
3. Traveling in a motor home is the only way to go. For those emergency bathroom needs it is great and saves the time of stopping somewhere where someone has already ******* or peed on the seat you need. Keeps you from violating senior rule number 2 "Never trust ...