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11am to 6pm Jp was delivering to this couple that just moved here from butlington, Nadine and Ben. The labor was Brian. Brian was 53 years old and very open about being a smoker and a drinker. He was super impressed with Jp...really admired him, said he was "energetic and strong." Ben was very nice and brought me a chair. Nadine brought me inside and made me a sandwich and we chatted. They have twin 8 year old ...
... place, the twelve tribles of Israel, Ark of the Covenant and other
diaromas and then a jungle playgrund at the end. The very overy
friendly huggy man took a liking to Josh and offered to buy him off
us (jokingly we think) and then at the end the kids got free keyrings
from Love's which is a gas station over here. Ummm.... it was
In De Smet we stayed at Spot
campground. Josh loudly exclaimed he wasn't showering here. ...
... Which was sugar cereal :P and Pa didn't eat it) while Ma and Edie did "morning chores" (which was packing up the sleeping bags :) then Ma and Edie went out and Edie ate and Ma took a shower. Then we went to The Oxbow for Ma and Pa's breakfast. We had a great waitress :) After breakfast we went on a drive by Silver Lake (which is mostly just a marsh now). Then we came back and checked out of the ...
... of sunset - it cascaded down over the farm and while the sky was painted with vivid purples and pinks, the golden light sweeping across the plains and lighting up the little farm. I was running around like a crazy woman clicking pictures here and there. I got a few pictures of the barn and then ran back and got some of the covered wagon from a few different angles before it was over.
Finally, it was too dark for pictures, so we went ...
... you could actually stay right at Ingalls Homestead as they had 8 campsites and had covered wagons you could sleep in as well. We were thrilled with the decision we made and were able to get a campsite there for the night. For anyone that is a Little House fan, to stand on the same land that the Ingalls lived on and farmed was a pretty cool experience. Something this campground had that none of ...