Motel 6 Avoca
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We got an early start and spent all day on the road to get to the South Dakota campground before dark. Beautiful state with rolling hills and stunning views.
Stopped at famous Wall Drug shopping mall and got some cowboy hats and other stuff.
The KOA Campground is amazing and is located in the middle of the Black Hills. Had a nice dinner and some well deserved and needed cocktails at the restaurant on site. Tomorrow we tour Mt ...
... of angles and even from the moving four wheeler driving right up to the planter. We planted up until 4:30 and then needed to go to a graduation party for is nephew. More to eat and then back out to plant a few more acres before calling it a night. We seemed to dodge many drops of rain and decided to put things away incase it does rain in the ...
... typical meltdown day that happens from all the stress and finger pointing. Said we were sorry n went back to work n tried like heck to make up for lost time. Sooooo, new leave date is definitely Wed at the earliest.
So, now the plan is to get the seasonal site packed down today. Get the 5th wheel out of the campground n get it to our house n finish the rest at home. Plan B. Why do I have to be ...
... what that was all about, we figured we'd find out later. And find out, we did! We decided to walk across the road to the Corn Crib - a huge red barn, which you enter through a silo - we heard the food was good, and very affordable, so it made sense to skip cooking dinner. We enjoyed our meals - I think Zach's (a huge pork tenderloin sandwich - which the cook thought for sure was Greg's, not Zach's!) ...
When we left Viking Lake State Park we traveled north on the back roads so we could visit the Danish settlement in Elk Horn, Iowa. Each time we cross into a new state, we stop at the Visitor Center to pick up reading materials & talk with the volunteers about places we may want to visit in the state. One of the brochures we picked up in Iowa had a picture of a Windmill on ...