Staybridge Suites Sioux Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... of South Dakota and all their wedding bands are made from Black Hills Gold. Jordan and I were able to see how each piece is handmade and he even bought be a beautiful necklace. It's amazing that each piece of jewelry was made right there. From there we went to Wall, SD where we stopped at this (Gatlinburg-esque) group of shops. After eating Jordan took a quick look at my tires and noticed a piece of wire sticking out (the struts are ...
... Beethoven today made me think of possibly doing his complete symphonies tomorrow. I also need a jazz day this week.
Just one side note: I noticed that while some of my pictures are embedded within each article, remaining pictures for each entry are automatically placed at the bottom of the page. So in case you didn't notice that before, be sure to check those out!
Badlands tomorrow, and staying over in Rapid City. Until ...
... Tomorrow we will be heading to Custer, SD, the Badlands and Black Hills SD. We've been there before, but we couldn't pass up going again. We will stop half way in Kennebec, SD for the night and then spend 3 nights in Custer.
We've met lots of really nice people along the way. This weekend we had two couples right next to us who were from Minnesota (Lisa, Phil, Brenda & Larry). Larry has a polka band - I know ...
Today was a big day of driving. We may have overdone it yesterday. Big day in Chicago, and then drove up into Wisconsin, just west of Milwaukee. A late night.
When we woke up we were feeling kinda tired. That bike ride!! Seriously, it was a big day. Anyway, we got in the car and drove west, young man. ALL the way across Wisconsin and then ALL the way ...
... usually capture the little guys, go over AHRE code of conduct with them, and put them outside on a nice tree or bush. <For the record, my father is a decorated SRS Level 12 who expanded his services beyond spiders into centipedes, mice, and a couple of wayward bats...I learned from an expert.>
Key to our peaceful coexistence with spiders, however, is the word "little." We don't grow them very big in ...