Rapid City Days Inn
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... it was in a tone that told dad that he was insane if he thought he was going to go to the bathroom in a tornado. We headed straight into a rainbow and out ran the storm. I have no idea what it was and I don't care. We stopped in Sioux Falls for the night and on to Omaha tomorrow. Our plan is to go to the Iowa Fair but the weather isn't looking good for a fair. We might do the Omaha Zoo. It looks neat. Indoor desert, indoor rainforest and bat cave. Sounds better than a fair in the ...
Our final leg of today's journey was to Rapid City/Keystone to visit Mount Rushmore. The area has changed in the 25 years since we were last there, but the presidents on the mountain still look the same. We were there late in the day, so the faces were a bit shadowed.
We returned to Rapid City for the night and will continue west into Wyoming ...
... memo on how campground rules dictate that "quiet time" is to run from 10 pm until 6 am.
Bless all their little hearts.
But at least getting all of that only costs $17 per night, which made it all seem worthwhile; that, and the first Mexican food of the trip in Glasgow, KY. Never fails to please.
After Mammoth Cave, we headed north bound for St. Louis, MO, stopping for lunch at a nice deli (Kirchoff’s) in Paducah, ...
... something this heavy and bulky to work around the homestead the heat we were experiencing during our visit. Remember as you view the photos that the walls are sod and the roof is sod. Imagine yourself living there. Tough people, huh?
This trip we visited the Badlands National Park which we had not done on previous trips. The Badlands National Park protects over 242,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires blended with the ...
I now understand why this area of the United States is called the Grasslands. That is about all we have seen today. We traveled along I-90 today,and the longest interstate in the United States at 3101 miles. Today covered about 430 of those miles. We had a leisurely start to the day, sleeping a little late, breakfast in Winnie (that is the name we have given our new "home' and ...