Sleep Inn Estherville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Estherville
... mile mark 243 begins miles of sunflowers. Unfortunately, they are each facing down and it is hard to see them. Made it to our campsite at Interior RV Campground at 4:14 Mountain Time (6:14 on our bodies!). Cocktails are in order after 8 hours 45 minutes on our bods. Our site was chosen for hook-ups even though it only has 30 amp - we won't need air conditioning tonight anyway! I've included pictures of our view of the Badlands from our ...
... park of some 242,756 acres of grass prairie and sharply eroded buttes and pinnacles,with a lot of prairie dogs, which could be mistaken for rabbits at first glance. They look and behave a bit like meerkats, and dig holes every where like rabbits.
For the last day or so I have passed through many miles of very flat corn and soybean crop. So neat, they would appeal to any ...
... trailers with motorcycles, and motorhomes with motorcycles. It appeared that 9 out of every 10 vehicles was heading to Sturgis. We did also have a number of motorcycles heading east as well. These folks, we found out, visited the area last week and were on their way home before the crowds arrived. They are expecting up to 1 million motorcyclists ...
We met Lisa and Dave at Arnold's Perk. They have great coffee but no breakfast. So the next step was to go to the Family Diner in Spirit Lake. Great breakfast. The kids went over to Arnold's Park, while we took Izzie back to the coach. Dave brought over a few tacos from our favorite Taco John's for lunch. Then he brought over some Iowa pork chops (the thick ones), sweet corn (they looked good), and some caramel bread pudding for dinner. Prior to ...
... again crying. It didn't look good for the home team. But with another bottle, Izzie was asleep again. Next thing I knew it was 5:30AM and I awoke with Izzie crawling around the bed. Izzie is very quiet in the morning - talking quietly to herself. She likes to move around a bit. Getting kicked in the stomach and face is part of the game. In addition, it is not uncommon for Izzie to check things out in your nose or mouth. We did our best to act like we were sleeping ...