Super 8 Sioux Falls/I-90/Airport East
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... and dates on the headstones, and making up stories about the people who lived and died long ago. "Poor Harold: after 50 years with Mable, he lasted only two more years on his own." Or, "Peter and Ingrid Frizzlebot, proud parents of (12 names follow)."
But then I came to a long line of small stones, commemorating dozens of children aged 1 day to 2 years, who all died in 1948. So many deaths in such a short time. I later ...
... Wyoming. It was worth the visit.
We pushed on to Mitchell which boasts a huge Cabelas store and a giant Walmart. Now while I'm not a huge fan, I have to say that Walmart is great when you are in an RV. Parking is super easy, there is always a place to let the dog walk on some grass, we can fill up the 3 and 5 gallon water bottles and frankly it is usually visible from every major highway. I foresee a problem looming ...
... it was a tiny failing pharmacy , when the owners wife suggested they take advantage of the nearby freeway by offering motorist free ice water and 5 cent coffee (Something they are still doing today). The plan worked and now the store has taken over the whole of main street and has morphed into a mini mall selling just about anything you can imagine. The signs advertising the store start around 200 miles out from the store and continue along the freeway until ...
... searching for. Talk about 6th sense; the oil was a little on the low side, so after topping up and fueling up and my mind settled we get back on the road, this time heading due west.
We cross over the famous Mississippi River and then into Minnesota...a.k.a the most boring drive of the trip: talk about uneventful. Finally the sun starts to set and provides us with some interest as it turns out to be a beautiful night and the sky looks like its on ...
... usually capture the little guys, go over AHRE code of conduct with them, and put them outside on a nice tree or bush. <For the record, my father is a decorated SRS Level 12 who expanded his services beyond spiders into centipedes, mice, and a couple of wayward bats...I learned from an expert.>
Key to our peaceful coexistence with spiders, however, is the word "little." We don't grow them very big in ...