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... owners were extremely welcoming and friendly; the office was small but organized. Things were looking up ... We were then escorted through the campground by golf cart passed rows of RV's, nicely spaced with LOTS of green, green grass and large shade trees. Green grass is always thrilling to us because we live in a desert community where grass is reserved for the golf courses.
The "first" space be backed into had several little yappy dogs in a doggie ...
... helicopter rotors in full flight.
Away from the windmills, the wind tirelessly waltzes in the tall green grass turning its blades from shiny to matte and back again. Red farms and barns, usually paired with missile shaped storage silos watch over the giant fields where this endless dance takes place. Sometimes there is a curve in the road. Usually a slight curve.
Accompanied by the constant hum of the tires and ...
... 110 mph and just sat back and watched the miles tick away, until we got to a town called Wall in Badlands South Dakota. As you ride in the sign tells you the population is 818 people so pretty small however the town looks like a throw back to the Wild West and the cafe has seating for 510 people!!!!, Go figure that. That said it was busy and it must get a lot of interstate traffic ( wheel you hope so) Crazy bunch of shops, some ...
... second time after BBQ on Dave's porch we have the chance to eat outside. We enjoy the air and sun - what a difference to the generally ice cold airconditioned, and rather dark indoor restaurants! Sioux Falls /ˌsuː ˈfɔːlz/ is the largest city in the US state of South Dakota. Sioux Falls is the county seat of Minnehaha County, and also extends into Lincoln County to the south. It is the 47th ...
... love> And the venomous and creepy Brazilian Wandering Spider. <and this makes me wonder who was supervising the spiders while they wandered in Brazil...there is no way they should have been able to cross an ocean without lots of screaming>
I didn't include the image of the Brazilian Wandering Spider. In its defensive posture. I think you should google it and see for yourself. Go ahead. I dare you.