Thunderbird Lodge Mitchell
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... tons of potatoes that are shipped around the world from there, you’d think that all of Idaho must be growing them.
I thought my GPS was feeling a bit better yesterday, getting over its car sickness or altitude sickness - whatever was giving it grief - but apparently not. The ladies at the Lewis and Clark info centre said that there are lots of dead zones in the region which makes the GPS a little weird. Sure hope ...
Even with Montana's give two 's attitude Shimmy and Sama were happy to get on the road this morning. After 4 espresso shots and a couple burnouts, Samas still gettin the hang of first.. the girls were on their way to South Dakota to site see. And who knew that South Dakota smelled of Jergens and fresh cut grass, was the land of Teletubbies AND would welcome us with such open arms!? AMAZEBALLS! The first stop on ...
... late 1800’s. Boys went to a Mustang and Shelby museum. (millions of dollars worth.) Vicki uploaded some photos to our blog using the free wi fi to do so. Greg and I then went to Cabela’s, but it wasn’t as big as other store we visited in Toledo. Drinks and BBQ once more. I wonder why we are putting on the weight with all these evening drinks an sometimes nibbles to go wirh.
... from the top of the mountain. The likenesses of the faces is incredible.
After spending time in the visitor's center and seeing a film, we left for Mitchell, SD, our next stop for the night. After looking at a map, we decided to take the scenic route, since we had plenty of time. The map indicated that the Bad Lands National Park was on the way, so we thought we might stop in, if time permitted. We drove ...
... to us obviously car enthusiasts.
Went via the Corn Palace, but it was closed about 5 minutes before we got there. However, the main attraction is on the outside, so all was not lost.
Went to a diner for dinner, and got 2 drinks (no beer, yet again!) They were served in bottling jars, not glasses. Such culture!
Well, not that much to say anymore, but then the tourist part of the journey is largely over.
Mileage 302 climbed 6744 ft to max of 3392