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... was ok, i then picked up some more supplies at a supermarket and then back to the coach. We now started watching the tv show Deadwood, as we were going to visit the town of deadwood in a few days. It is a good show, lots of death though. Soon we arrived in Sioux falls and went to the falls themselves. We had time to go see the falls and take pictures – not as good as Niagra, but nice.
... The upper walls were later knocked down to prevent it from falling.
The SIOUX FALLS LIGHT AND POWER building was completed in 1908. The building housed three 500-kilowatt hydroelectric generators and used the dam and the millrace from the Queen Bee Mill. The plant later added additional coal-fired steam generators. The plant was abandoned in 1974 and donated to the city in 1977. It is now the Overlook Cafe.
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... but maybe it's better that I didn't get my wish.
The monster driving day ended in Sioux Falls, shortly after we entered into South Dakota. With a population of 150,000 people it is not only the largest city in the state, but apparently it is the brightest beacon of civilization between Minneapolis and Denver. Not knowing any of this upon arrival, finding a fun town was a pleasant surprise.
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... free iced water to the patched motorists who had been drive across the prairies heading west to visit the parks in Custer and Yellowstone. Her husband put up so e billboard along the road, and of course the motorists arrived in droves. Once they were there, they bought ice cream and other stuff as well. So Wall Drug was born, and now it consists of more than just the original store. We had been seeing billboards for it as r ...
We started the day by leaving Wisconsin and crossing the Mississippi River into Minnesota. More beautiful farms with a lot more cows in evidence. Also, fields and fields of wind turbines. We are so lucky in the USA to have such wonderful farms, and from everyone we talked to, it's been a great year for crops so that is good for ...