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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 ...
... during Summer they put a gift shop in the
middle of the basketball court and you can watch a DVD about the Corn
Palace through the years. It was a gathering place for thousands
especially in the early to mid 1900's and many famous people have
preformed inside the building.
Across the road was an oddity. It
looked like castle and mentioned it had a free jungle playground so
we went on in. It turned out to be a Jewish display of a ...
... great with the front of the building opening out to the downtown main street and seats both inside and outside on the sidewalk. Real hometown Americana!
Tomorrow we are off to Wall, South Dakota at the entrance to the Badlands National Park. We are really looking forward to this one as the scenery is supposed to be breathtaking.
352.5 miles today
2909.8 miles total
12.295 gallons today
73.742 gallons total
... rain. The prairie was so wide and flat you could see more clouds and more lightning and more... everything. It made the storm more terrifying. I could picture what it must have been like living out there away from all civilization in a sod house or something, and having one of those storms come through.
I was so glad we had the wagon and not our tent! Tell you what - that thing was 100% watertight. There were about 5 drops of water that ...
... 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 ...