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... of a boom in the recent years and as a result the main strip is lined with places to grab a drink and a bite to eat. The streets are full of sculptures and there is a hip young vibe in the air. Between a few beers and some burgers, plus scoring a hotel bonanza on hotwire, our time here has broken up the monotony nicely. Tomorrow we head back out into the emptiness for some more South Dakota road tripping excitement....Yeeehaaa...
... We seen a lot of the farming side of South Dekota. Beef, dairy, corn, sunflowers, canola. And other varieties of crops I am not sure of. We were going to stay at Bonesteel ..but it was only a small town ..not sure if it even had accommodation. We then stopped at James River ...Julie and I surveying the bushes ..while Rich and Alister went in another direction . Place was swarming with little flies ..did not stay long. Decided to continue riding till we reached Sioux Falls. ...
... that most of the motorcyclists weren't wearing helmets - scary! We didn't realize that when we visit Mount Rushmore we'll be in the midst of all the mayhem - and we left our Spyder at home! We had our first traffic stop on Hwy 29N for about 45 mins. There was a motorcycle accident and someone was air lifted out by helicopter. An hour later we pulled into ...
... the Badlands. It reminded me a lot of pictures I’ve see of the Grand Canyon, though not quite as big. The rock formations were all striped different colors and it was blisteringly hot, but the wind was nice if you stood right out on the edge…forget the hundreds of feet drop right below you. Another junior ranger program was completed by Andrew, the rest of ...
... without her and I remember the heated arguments. Thank you, Garmin. She got us right to the park and I could have stayed there for hours enjoying the peacefulness of the river, but of course, John didn't see it that way, but he was patient. It was beautiful. A woman was the benefactor who donated so much time and money to make sure the area was made into a big park. It is a great addition to the city.
We drove by a huge Catholic ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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