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... folks from around the world. I spent an wonderful evening talking and laughing with him and his other couchsurfers. Manon and Mathias, a pair of cousins from Paris, were touring the Dakotas, Wyoming, and Montana. They wanted to see the parts of the U.S. where the tourists didn't go, working on various organic farms along the way. Nice folks and a nice evening.
After a late night, I was up early again and on the road for Rio.
... 110 mph and just sat back and watched the miles tick away, until we got to a town called Wall in Badlands South Dakota. As you ride in the sign tells you the population is 818 people so pretty small however the town looks like a throw back to the Wild West and the cafe has seating for 510 people!!!!, Go figure that. That said it was busy and it must get a lot of interstate traffic ( wheel you hope so) Crazy bunch of shops, some ...
... small swimmer's pool which measured approx. 15x6m): only bounce once on the diving board, dont get on the ladder of the 3m board before the person in front has jumped, don't run, etc. etc....It's all for safety, stupid! At 4.50 sharp all kids not accompagnied by parents had to leave the pool, we stayed until 6. After check-in in our hotel we head for historic downtown. This is a beautifully maintained street like out of ...
... we are not done yet and we end up driving well into the night and don't reach Sioux Falls till 11:30pm or so. I was crashing hard from too much coffee and our minds were both spent from a long day of driving. We find the hotel with ease and fall asleep as soon as our heads hit the pillows.
The sleep was a good one so we are up with the sun and grabbing our coffee as we head out the door in search of the landmark this town is named after: Sioux ...
... love> And the venomous and creepy Brazilian Wandering Spider. <and this makes me wonder who was supervising the spiders while they wandered in Brazil...there is no way they should have been able to cross an ocean without lots of screaming>
I didn't include the image of the Brazilian Wandering Spider. In its defensive posture. I think you should google it and see for yourself. Go ahead. I dare you.