Super 8 Windom
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mile mark 243 begins miles of sunflowers. Unfortunately, they are each facing down and it is hard to see them. Made it to our campsite at Interior RV Campground at 4:14 Mountain Time (6:14 on our bodies!). Cocktails are in order after 8 hours 45 minutes on our bods. Our site was chosen for hook-ups even though it only has 30 amp - we won't need air conditioning tonight anyway! I've included pictures of our view of the Badlands from our ...
... the settlers who encountered this forbidding land and had to find a way to cross it.
In addition to the scenery, we saw a big horned sheep ram walking across the landscape and of course we had to stop and watch the prairie dogs.
After leaving the Badlands we continued our trek east watching hundreds of motorcycles, trucks and ...
... by the time this house was ready to move
into. The house in town was where Pa died in 1902 and Ma also in 1926
(those dates are from memory so correct me if I'm wrong)
As part of exploring De Smet you can
see the last house that Pa built, the homestead where the family
settled first before moving into town, the homestead that Laura and
Almonzo started on, the school Laura and her sister Carrie attended
What a day. Today was just a pure driving day so we had to get up just before 7am so that we could have breakfast then meet Drew in the lobby at 7:30. We arrived in Jackson about 7pm. It wasn't very exciting we stopped for a few toilet breaks and for lunch then we went to see a mystery cave but it was shut so we went to see the green giant statue instead. The general rule in the van is that whoever sits up front is in charge of the music but since ...
We slept like we had fallen into a blissed out state between cool white cotton sheets of the boyhood twin beds in a second floor bedroom of the farmhouse. Arising at 9:30 on Sunday morning, the sun was bright and the wind was strong. Greta and Sonya were in the kitchen talking by the stove while a pot of McCann's steel cut oatmeal simmered on a low gas burner. Soon, Greta was scrambling eggs in a big earthenware bowl, adding fresh cut herbs from ...