Super 8 Sioux Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and numbingly beautiful. I couldn't resist, and blasted Aaron Copland's Fanfare for the Common Man. Totally worth it.
Passing from Illinois into Wisconsin delivered even more breathtaking panoramas (and almost enough tolls to give me a headache). I attempted to take a couple pictures at rest stops. I even pulled over into the shoulder on the highway because I couldn't restrain myself anymore, and tried getting some good shots. ...
... Alternative Resources (this is the mail forwarding service we are using) to pick up our mail. It's amazing all the people who are full-timers that we are meeting that use Alternative Resources. We took a ride around Sioux Falls which is a really big city with lots going on. We visited Falls Park which is spectacular. It's a park right in the middle of the city and the waterfalls are unbelievable. At night, they light ...
... water parks. Plus there are a lot of activities on the river. Our grandson, Dylan, would be in heaven there. The town is totally oriented for tourists, but it is very clean. It must close down for the most part after Labor Day because there were very few people in the attractions. It would be a great family vacation for people with kids.
As we left the Dells, the topography of the area changed from flat farmland to ...
... to today.....well today takes the cake. 650 KM 's or so with about 5 corners.....well that's what it seems. In effect we pulled out of Deadwood which because of Sturgis being over was definitely DEAD at about 6 am bike fire up time and rode into a very still but foggy morning. Coming thru the pass the sun was a bright red ball in the fog....amazing to see as it looked like mars. On to the freeway we basically wound the bikes p to ...
... color of water. They told us it's due to the minerals and vegetation in the water.
While we were in Sioux Falls we ran away and discovered Pipestone National Monument! What a wonderful discovery! It is located about 50 mile north east of Sioux Falls, in Pipestone, Minnesota, a charming little town with a nice campground! We decided we needed to come back here after we finish our business in Sioux Falls! We can't wait to be on the road ...