BEST WESTERN U-Bar Motel
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Stayed in Rapid city last night. Visited Mount Rushmore today. Awesome monument! Hit up Jimmy Johns after taking in the sights. JJ seems to be Tami's new favorite. Drove ALL the way across South Dakota to Sioux Falls stopping at Wall Drugs in Wall, SD in route. Couldn't help ourselves due to ...
... night it rained again. The next morning what had been a creek running through the campground was now a roaring stream being fed by the runoff from the hills. We sloshed through the mud to walk the dogs but the rain had stopped and we were hopeful. We put on dry shoes and clothes and we were off to see the Crazy Horse Memorial. Driving through the hills with just the car seemed to be easier than the RV or so we thought . Crazy Horse is spectacular! The devotion of ...
... a few hours... about to merge onto I-80 heading toward South Dakota. You know, it's kind of like being inside a blueberry muffin and looking around. No matter which way you turn, you are just surrounded by beautiful blueberries. No matter how delicious this blueberry muffin may be, we all know what happened to that little girl in Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory when it comes to blueberries if you're track'in me right ...
... including rivers and flood plains, continued to deposit sediments. Although the major period of deposition ended 28 million years ago, significant erosion of the Badlands did not begin until a mere half a million years ago. Erosion continues to carve the Badlands buttes today. Eventually, the Badlands will completely erode away. One of the most complete ...
... Glacial Period. That is your geography lesson for today.
As we crossed Minnesota we saw a number of old barns that were falling down. I don’t know about you, but I always wonder about these barns. What is their story? I would like to know who built them and why they were abandoned. I know that it was probably someone’s pride and joy at one time and I wonder what life events caused it to be left to decay. ...