Sioux Falls ClubHouse Hotel & Suites
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... interesting...but they give you free beer to play so it was a plus....got some scratch tickets to take back to the home too! We had a chill evening with a good dinner, cards and booze....feeling good. Tomorrow is all rain all day so we are looking forward to a day in to relax, sleep in and get caught up on postcards, travel blog and some us time.
Lessons from the day:
1. The wind is a *****, so stay on your toes
2. Everything is ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
Our goal today was Pipestone National Monument in the Southwestern part of Minnestoa. We have a map of all the National Parks and are trying to see as many of them as we can. Pipestone is a type of quarry stone that has been traditionally used to make ceremonial pipes for many of the Plains Indian tribes. The story has been told that all Indians ...