Days Inn Yankton
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... a gorgeous town along the Missouri River.
Out of Chamberlin, we took Hwy 50 north, offering great views of the river. After crossing the river at the Fort Thompson Dam, we then rode along the gorgeous Native American Scenic Byway
The turn into the byway proved easy to miss, allowing us to "explore" some more back gravel roads. The gravel road turned to a dirt road, which then turned to a mud road thanks to ...
... lutes and homemade instruments then you could imagine.
Had a great dinner at the Cafe Brule, luckily open on Labor day. Went back for breakfast the next morning before our trek to Wall South Dakota. ...
... on the Apache reservation was a high respect for the military. A large portion of the morning events and the Grand Entrance were dedicated to those in the military. Speaking to some of the tribe members, it is a respected part of the culture to be a veteran.
The Grand Entrance was great part to see as it included all different tribes and young, old, male, and female.
The experience, I think, it better told in the pictures.
... by the Army Corps of Engineers. Stopped at the Fish Hatchery and Aquarium and then the Dakota Territorial Museum. Tonite will go to JoDean's Steakhouse & Lounge. The reportedly have a great buffet. I love South Dakota. I learned a lot of history today. ...
Waukee, IA to Yankton, SD. Iowa is flat, windy, green farmland. So gorgeous, except for the hundreds of huge wind turbines. Lewis and Clark were in Yankton, SD. We traveled part of the route of the Corps of Discovery which is what Lewis and Clark's expedition was called. Sent by Thomas Jefferson to explore what the United States bought from Napoleon in the Louisiana Purchase. We will explore Yankton more tomorrow. ...