Days Inn Rapid City
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... here’ before it went on its merry way while I looked with great urgency for a place to change my underpants. We stopped for lunch at Uptown Café in a town called Greybull – this was the place that we had been looking for – the archetypal roadside diner where only locals ever venture, where the décor hasn’t changed since the 50s – a place with…character. This was literally a restaurant of two halves: one side smoking; the other ...
... which begins this weekend. There are currently 7 semi trucks here at the airport loaded with motorcycles that people had shipped here. Each truck can hold 50 motorcycles. Their riders fly in and pick them up for the rally. The process is reversed when the rally is over. This is obviously not a poor man's hobby anymore. Our shuttle driver told us there will be twice that number before that day is over.
All in all it was a fantastic week. The weather was not ...
... to site D-1 and the command tour. We were very lucky as our tour guide was Major Jim who actually worked in and trained the missile launch personnel for 30 years. Each command center had 6 security personnel, one facility chief, one cook and two launch controllers. It had 10 missiles under its command with the nearest missile being 3 miles away. It was a pretty neat nondescript structure ...
... before my birth -- was a very moving experience for me.
I then headed toward Devil's Tower, an amazing rock formation in northeastern Wyoming. Seen from afar, as in this photo, it looks like something placed there for us by extraterrestrials -- oh, wait, maybe it was!
Even up close, its mystery remains compelling.
The day was passing, so I continued on my way, going through ...
So this is in fact one of those cheesy travel blogs devoted entirely to what I'm doing while studying abroad. Honestly, this is more so I can remember it than to show off to everyone and make everyone jealous.
In case you were curious, this blog is called "Journey to the Fatherland" because my father's ancestors are actually from the Netherlands, although I'm not exactly sure where. I should ...