Motel 6 Sioux Falls
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... somewhat confusing
Here are some nice things that made everything okay:
- dry-docking in a WalMart parking lot for the night when we were in a jam
- awesome friendly neighbor campers from Portland who showed Scott how to do some mechanical ...
... for Dr. George Stockman which was built in 1908. So off to Mason City we went.
Driving though town we also saw that there was a Music Man Square which is a tribute to Meredith Wilson who wrote the Music Man and The Unsinkable Molly Brown. The Music Man was a tribute to the town of Mason City where he was raised. Unfortunately the museum is not open on Mondays ...
... the Pacific from 1942-1945. When they scrapped "Old Nameless" in 1962, Sioux Falls couldn't get the whole battleship into landlocked South Dakota. So they salvaged what parts they could, poured a foot-high concrete outline onto the ground in Sherman Park along the banks of the Big Sioux River, and combined the pieces into a minimalist pseudo-replica.
The anchor, the ship's bell, a massive propeller, and other components are placed around the park ...
... and the company that handles the extended warranty insurance, it looks like they are going to be able to work together now that the problem has been "definitively" diagnosed. Bob went to the shop to work things out and the insurance company has agreed to pay albeit with some exclusions (environmental charges for instance). We'll see what we get when it's all said ...
... pens with lots and lots of cows. It's surprising that for as many farms as we see, we almost never see anyone working them.
We were on the Louis and Clark Trail today and went through two Indian Reservation Lands; one the Blackhawk's and the other the Dakota's. I was hoping to see someone on horseback in full regalia, but I guess I must have watched too many westerns when I was a kid.