Residence Inn Sioux Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
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Left at 8am w/o a lot of stress. Nice picnic lunch just passed the Dells, even tho at a rest area. Girls were too hungry to wait. Had delay going through Dells b/c we avoided 35min construction delay on 90.
10hrs of travel,several quick stops, passed surprisingly quick for everyone. Tho Brad suffered the last hour with his back/leg. They seemed …
... some excellent directions from one of the staff, we were soon on Interstate 35. We drove west across Minnesota on Interstate 90 W and into South Dakota for our first overnight stop at an RV park in Sioux Falls. "30AMP, water and cable hook-up, thanks" (bit of RV jargon for you). Took a trip into town to Walmart for supplies, back to camp for dinner and an early ...
... 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.
... be here until the 6th. We have lots of personal business to do - change our residency which means new licenses, registration for the vehicles, check our mail, etc. Because of all this, I'm going to take a break from the blog for a few days. I'll be back after the 4th. I hope everyone has a wonderful 4th of July - relax, celebrate and enjoy each other. Love you all. xxxooo Ev, Bruce & Sandy
... wheel. I was intrigued by the roadside signs advertising The Corn Palace in Mitchell. I would never have been able to coax Todd off the interstate to see it, but since I was driving I simply veered the car off at the exit. The Corn Palace is a large multi-story colorful building made completely of corn! Corncobs were stacked as bricks, and corn stalks were side by side upright as another layer of building material. Todd was ...