Super 8 Ainsworth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and then onwards east toward Sioux Falls in the afternoon.
April 10, Day 5: Rapid City SD to Thedford NB. 359132 to 359695 563 kms.
A lovely day today, beginning with the Mt. Rushmore national Monument. It has been spruced up quite a lot since we were here some 25 years ago, with a big parking lot facility, and a grand entrance way through arches of granite stone. It was almost at the point of patriotic kitch, but still ...
This little stop along the road to Rushmore was full of surprises. It had everything a traveler needs, from yummy lunch to groceries for the cooler.
This building has existed in some form since the railroad came to Oacoma in 1906. It has been grown and updated quite a bit. But they still sell coffee for a ...
... and he had to pull the whole dashboard apart, but he knew what he was doing and found the problem. Apparently the sensor for the headlights had fried. So, the part was replaced and I was on the road again - feeling a whole lot better knowing I had lights again.
It was a perfect day for driving, very little traffic on excellent secondary roads (65 mph speed limit on some) through farm country. There’s more ...
... see the top of the water tower not very far from home. I was on the phone with my Dad so he knew where I was, and he had the shop door open, so I could pull right in and just a few minutes later, it started pouring at home as well, so we stayed in the shop and got my packs taken off. The good thing about the rain was that all the bug gunk had been washed away, but I was incredibly happy with the waterproof packs because my stuff all seemed ...
Our last full day in Ainsworth started with a Mike AND Maggie bike ride to Long Pine and back. We noticed a couple new buildings this time: the museum and the original jail, which looks like a big cage with metal benches. This 18-mile ride was a new personal best for Maggie by three miles. Then, a nice cookout at brother Larry's with nephew Dave, brother Buggy and his son Andrew, and ...