Travelodge Hotel Worthington
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... it is tempting to push it to 80 we know Our V weighs about 18 tons and a blow out could be catastrophic at any speed! Slow is pro. Just past Plankinton, SD I decided to stop at a rest area for lunch and to change drivers (Bruce was napping) and at this cute little rest area in the middle of nowhere in prairie lands is this tiny church open to the public. The fence around it is to keep grazing cattle out. Bruce is 6'6" standing next ...
... park of some 242,756 acres of grass prairie and sharply eroded buttes and pinnacles,with a lot of prairie dogs, which could be mistaken for rabbits at first glance. They look and behave a bit like meerkats, and dig holes every where like rabbits.
For the last day or so I have passed through many miles of very flat corn and soybean crop. So neat, they would appeal to any ...
So driving through Minnesota today we saw a helicopter with a guy hanging from a line similar to the military and then he slowed at the power line pole. The power poles are approximately 100 feet tall metal, and apparently the local power company uses a helicopter to get guys from pole to pole to work on them. The helicopter yo weed at the power pole to let the guy transfer to the arm with the wires. Who knew ...
... after it and we took it. It turns out that we stopped at "Castle Rock". This area used to be a glacial lake and Castle Rock used to be an island in that lake. This area is part of Camp Williams which is known as the birthplace of the famous 32nd Red Arrow Division of the National Guard.
The rocks were amazing and great to climb around. It was a great, unexpected stop. We got back on Rt 90 and headed West again.
... about a 4+ hour drive. We stopped at a roadside store that claims it is Minnesota's largest candy store - I believe it! There were candies there that I have never seen before and a huge variety- we all picked a treat to have which definitely helped make the drive a little sweeter! Tonight we are resting up for a long day of driving to Mt. Rushmore! ~Bethany Day 7 Miles: ...