Sioux Falls ClubHouse Hotel & Suites
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... for it in Wisconsin...by getting bratwurst and cheese! On a whim, I exited the highway and checked out this place called Ehlenbach's Cheese Chalet, a quaint little cheese shop with a huge selection of award-winning cheeses and various odds and ends. I got a pack of bratwurst and a quarter-pound of their horseradish-chive havarti, which I enjoyed thoroughly with Bell's Oberon wheat ale when I got to the hotel tonight.
Once I hit ...
... least for the first two days). It did get pretty crowded for the rest of the week due to the holiday. We decided today that we are going to alter our route and head to Custer/the Badlands/Black Hills after we leave here. With it being summer, you really need to make reservations and we were lucky to find a place. I'll give you more details when we are there - I already know it will be awesome.
On 7/4, the ...
We started the day by leaving Wisconsin and crossing the Mississippi River into Minnesota. More beautiful farms with a lot more cows in evidence. Also, fields and fields of wind turbines. We are so lucky in the USA to have such wonderful farms, and from everyone we talked to, it's been a great year for crops so that is good for ...
... we really had no itention of being in Nebraska, but we are now!.
We find a gas station and stop and get some gas. Look at the map I find that the road we are on would take us straight down to al place called Omaha where we can cut back onto the main Freeway. We have some extra time today, so I double check with the gas attendant and "Yes Sir... that will take you to the 77 and down to Freemont"
... was driving and bravely did not flinch or put us in danger. Phew. The damage didn't make the car dangerous to drive so we continued on...
The Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD was an iconic stop for me in my youth, with its exterior murals using field, pop and multi-colored corn cobs to depict images related to an annual theme. 2013 is "We Celebrate" and the murals this year featured everything from sports to the nativity. Unable to go inside because, as ...