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After overnighting at Sioux City (nice restaurant I had the quail,at least two whole ones for $22) we,re now heading to The Badlands Nat'L Park. (On the long drive yesterday we passed endless fields of corn,corn fields for mile after mile over them) Then onto Mt Rushmore ,I'll be listening to Deep Purple in Rock (for those in the know , for everyone else check out old album covers) Staying at Rapid City ...
... Annie's in Shell, Wyoming and kept on going. The kids' dinner consisted of Cheez-Its and fruit roll ups.
We finally decided to go all the way to Mount Rushmore and see the night show. We got there a few minutes before 9:00, just before it began and just in time to add ice cream to the kids' dinner of champions. The show included a very patriotic video that told a good story of the four presidents and why they were chosen for ...
... about 100 yds from our van!! After some time both she & the group of campers got bored & went about their business (but we had a cold dinner, so we produced as few smells as possible!!). So at midnight we did take up the offer of an "upgrade" & moved to the better campground down the road. Actually this was only the second time we'd stayed in a pay campground but that area on the eastern side of the Rockies was so developed ...
Left for Hart Ranch at 10:00 am. Looks like we're driving into more rain. But I did manage to get the laundry done before we departed. We arrived at Hart Ranch around 11:30 am in the pouring rain. We pulled through our site, connected with satellite, and left the motorbike tucked away in the covered ...
... the European Union, European citizenship, and the Euro. Now, it is a popular tourist site for shopping and recreation, as well as a national center for culture and education.
I'm really excited for this opportunity. I have never been to Europe before, so I have no idea what to expect. Here's to expanding my horizons, experiences incredibly new things, and learning about myself and the world.