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When I woke up today, I had a lackluster presumption of what the day would bring. In fact, I was even a little worried about not having enough material to write in this blog entry. My expectations were soon shattered though, as you'll see.
As I left Chicago, I was bracing myself for a long, and likely boring drive. However, once I was on I …
After our fun day on the dunes we had an early start today. We boarded the Lake Express Ferry in Muskegon, MI and in 2 and half hours we departed ferry in Milwaukee WI! That little boat ride saved us more than 6 hours drive time and tons of aggrevation driving through Chicago. We enjoyed the sights (water and more water) and got to see the Smurf …
... In what could be considered the middle of nowhere a tourist attraction set up as a wild west outpost is what we found. Neither of us new if there was significance about the place it was just there. We probably spent an hour there checking things out.
The next leg of our trip took us onto Lake Chamberlain, a dam on the upper Missouri River. We crossed the ...
... a small campground right off I-90 in Murdo, SD.
Our goal for Monday was to reach Sioux Falls, SD. Stan and Brenda had an appointment with a repair shop in Sioux Falls to have their driver mirror replaced. The terrain getting there was so different from what we have experienced in the days past. Once we got outside the Badlands, we were driving on level roads with fields of corn and soybeans lining the interstate. Guess we are in the Midwest!
Our evening excursion was ...
... a wonderful little shop -- yes, in an old building on the corner -- filled with gorgeous fabrics, beautiful sample quilts on every wall, and lots and lots of really cute patterns. That I made it out of the store with only these three is a miracle. [And, no, Laura, Sue, and Roberta, I didn't buy so much as a fat quarter.]
Halfway through the day's journey, I came to the wide Missouri River and this lovely bridge. Since ...