Sioux Falls ClubHouse Hotel & Suites
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... 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 ...
... won't go into specific detail here, but let's just say she was squeezing them into something much too small.
I made two visits with friends in Sioux Falls, Peter Hauff and Slim Houser. It was great seeing them both - Peter is an avid photographer, originally from Brookings, and Slim was a long-time friend while in the South Dakota Army National Guard when I was stationed in Pierre and Rapid City.
... had a snooze and I got caught up on some financial stuff on the computer. We went out to Perkins and Bob got his wildberry chicken salad that he has been craving and then we went out to a movie (World War Z). It was not bad - kind of wished we had chosen a different movie though. It was touch and go for awhile but of course Brad Pitt saved the world in the end. Oh Brad - you're my hero!
... the entire city! On Saturday we decided to check it out. We have already had some great bike rides & we're very glad Roger built a bike rack which attaches to the bumper of our trailer, so we could bring our bike along. Because of construction & detours, we only traveled on it for about 10 miles then came back. It was all paved except for some locations where there was new construction. It was one of our favorite activities ...