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... like I suggested... Check out the photo... Lol Rainstorm and no where to hide in these parts! South Dakota ! Following a humongous oversize load! Crazy something like 16 axels! Took up both lanes! Pictures cannot show this thing! Yankton, SD and heading ...
... and immediately start freaking out, because this leaking travel mug isn’t just a mug I bought myself for the trip… I bought 113 of these cursed things and had them custom printed with our trip logo to give to the people we visit on this road trip. Half the space in our fully packed car is taken up by four cases of these leaky coffee cups! (More on these coffee cups to come in a later post…)
Not even five minutes into my Great American Road Trip ...
... and railroads. Our step on bus guide took us to Lilly Park where Lewis and Clark first encountered the Teton Lakota Chiefs on Sept. 25, 1804. The Teton Sioux (Lakota) demand one of the boats as a toll for moving farther upriver. A fight nearly ensues, but is defused by the diplomacy of a chief named Black Buffalo.
Sunday, May 31st - Travel day to Bismarck, ND - Lots of heavy rain, wind and windy ...
... boat by hand identical to the one Lewis and Clark used. He is known as the most knowledge person on the subject of Lewis and Clark. This location is one of the stops the Core of Discovery made both going and coming home.
Tomorrow we are off to the Sergeant Floyd River museum who was the first America soldier to die west of the Mississippi River and the only member of the Core to die ...
... and also listening to NASCAR on Sirius Radio. Dan took me to Expressions in Threads Quilt shop in Le Claire, just north of Davenport. It was right on the Mississippi River and we were able to take some pictures. Le Claire is famous as the birthplace of Buffalo Bill and for the Buffalo Bill Museum, which happened to be right across the street from the quilt shop. Unfortunately, we didn’t have time to visit ...