Residence Inn Sioux Falls
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
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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 …
... and it used the falls to make the power to run the mill. At the time of its construction it was one of the most advanced in America. It was very large - seven stories and so large that it didn't have enough work to keep it going. It was used only two years. It burned in 1956 destroying the wooden roof and interior walls. The exterior walls remain standing - constructed of Sioux Quartzite quarried on site. You can see the Millrace ...
... himself out of not getting a ticket. He certainly stuck to the speed limits after that however.
We came across an eagle on the side of the road but unfortunately it had a broken wing, so just sat there poor thing as we passed slowly by.
Another good long day to look forward to tomorrow so bed now to grab some sleep - if I can - my room mate is already asleep with a loud snore! Must find my ear ...
... and anything. Poor Dani, received most of her growls, probably because Chi Chi was there before Dani got home from work the first afternoon.
Dolly took a couple of hours for herself and visited Victorias Secret in the mall, as I had promised her a trip there to buy a decent bra. Since I wasn't invited into the back rooms, she was measured, fitted and set up with (for the first time) with the right ...
... to a place where Bob could wash the motorhome and I could wash the dog.
We checked the various papers from the tourism people and the campground guide, selected a destination and booked a camp spot in the black hills of South Dakota.
That arranged, we drove to downtown Mitchell to see the corn palace. I had seen it on a trip to Oklahoma when I was a kid and wanted to see it again. It is a large ...