Sioux Falls ClubHouse Hotel & Suites
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... As we called around on Saturday, we found out quickly that most campgrounds were booked within a hundred miles of Sturgis. We found one with space available in a field about 20 minutes from downtown Sturgis. In a field, meant, in a field! We had out first experience "dry" camping. That is, no water, no sewer, no electric hookups. Our coach is fully capable of "dry" camping for several days as we have a generator for power and large sewer and fresh water tanks. It turned out to be ...
... the home of the famous Green Giant. As you can see, we took some pictures of the giant and also of Bruce who was trying out to be the Green Giants stand-in. We went to the museum and registered as visitors. We were honored to be the first people from CT to visit the museum. Residents from all other states had visited and until today, the museum was missing any registered visitors from ...
... building. We dined first, with Todd ordering open-faced turkey, gravy, and mashed potatoes. I was more adventurous and chose the 100% buffalo burger. It was very lean, but I really could not tell much difference in taste. After "lupper" we purchased a few groceries of soft drinks, bottled waters, fruit, and
sandwich needs, just in case there is a need for "car picnic lunches." Yes, Al really did have just about ...
... wildlife in the form of a mountain goat and a woodchuck (I didn't even know there was an animal called a woodchuck until today!)
We ended up spending around 2 hours at Mount Rushmore which was longer than i had expected it to take to look at a mountain from different angles. Behind schedule for the day and needing to satisfy our new passion of looking at carvings in the side of mountains, we headed off to "Crazy Horse" Crazy Horse is a public funded ...
Had a bit of a rough sleep in the motel. As Nibsy hears people walking down the hall, he growls and sometimes barks. It's understandable since that's his job but he woke us several times last night.
Bob called the shop this morning and they have now decided that the problem is the pressure switch inside the transmission. After talking to both the ...