Super 8 Sioux Falls/I-229
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States visited today: South Dakota, Nebraska and South Dakota again South Dakota is a very flat place; very lucky to see any hills. On the way to The Badlands there's really nothing but prairie land. Then we hit the Badlands. Once again spectacular scenery as you will see from photos. We can visualise how the area got it's name. We not sooner …
... we waited. From there we drove through the badlands. Unfortunately it was raining and very foggy so we were unable to see as far as we would have usually but it was still a stunning view. After the Badlands we had to book it towards Sioux Falls so we would have enough time to check into the KOA and make it to the Aaron Watson concert in time. We decided to stay in a rustic cabin (so just a cabin with a bed-that's it) since the wind ...
... felt satisfied that it was productive.
Stopped in downtown Rapid City for a coffee. The town is known as the City of Presidents as there are life size presidential monuments on every corner, 40 in all I believe. We ran into George Washington, the big daddy of them all.
We went into the Sioux Falls downtown for a look and some food in the evening.
Today can only be described as surreal, no other words can be used! We left the Presidential Suite in Pierre and made the drive to Brandon, near Sioux Falls. We stopped at an authentic cowboy wear and tack shop so I could get my western wear fix! Although I could have come away with loads of boots, I restrained myself to one belt- though it is a very blingy one!!! The drive itself was fairly uneventful, the most exciting thing to report was that all the cows ...
... in the 90's today!
Also, Ken was obsessed with all the windmills we saw. Tons and tons of windmills in SD. We did not know that they were a thing here. Video is his take on the windmills.
We got to our motel and the kids went swimming until 8 pm. It was a very fun way to end the day. Tomorrow, we cross the rest of South Dakota to the Badlands National ...