Sioux Falls ClubHouse Hotel & Suites
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Woke up so early... still on EST. Nice complimentary breakfast & on the road around 7:30 AM.
Head west on Route 80. Iowa has some areas where the terrain is as flat as a table top and other areas that consist of gently rolling fields. There is continuous farmland and more trees than I imagined Iowa would have.
Quick coffee stop around Des Moines around 10 AM. The temperature has dropped ...
... the written test didn't involve the instructor yelling "use a ruler" in his ear. I found a article titled "20 steps to a perfect log", he was pretty excited for me to read it to him in detail. Thus far every weight station has been closed and we are too intimidated to use the designated Truck/RV section of the truck stop, so aside from the log everything else has been pretty close to a normal road-trip. I spent the day ...
Sioux Falls turned out to be a very pleasant surprise. Our campground was off the Interstate in what we would consider an older area of the city. We pulled into the RV park and to our left side was a whole quonset hut looking building ... painted light yellow ... that turned out to be part of the office. Ahead to the left were a few RV parked on grass; ahead to the right were "older" manufactured homes. Our motto is "Well we're here now, let's check it out."
... and dates on the headstones, and making up stories about the people who lived and died long ago. "Poor Harold: after 50 years with Mable, he lasted only two more years on his own." Or, "Peter and Ingrid Frizzlebot, proud parents of (12 names follow)."
But then I came to a long line of small stones, commemorating dozens of children aged 1 day to 2 years, who all died in 1948. So many deaths in such a short time. I later ...
State 3: just outside Sioux City, Iowa, the interstate lead us into South Dakota, where beef cattle was added to the scenery. Massively large cattle farms lined along the road also greet travelers with the aroma of manure. (Strangely, it's a pleasant smell to me as it reminds me of summers at my grandparents.)
A change of interstate to I-90 took us east to west across the entire state of South Dakota. The same ...