Super 8 Sioux Falls/41st Street
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in the back on the car and we figured that we may have to buy tires on the drive). Because of that we had to find a place in Wall and buy two new tires to put on the front and rotated the front tires to the back. This allows us to make it home without ruining a brand new pair of tires and will give us the ability to wait until home to fix this small issue. We met these two wonderful old farm boys who were great people to chitchat ...
Drove 340 miles in 4.5 hours.
Another day of prairie views.I hovered around 85 mph for most of the day and the road was straight so we made good time. We maintained phone signal the entire journey so Karen was able to work in her car office, making calls, booking hotels etc. So despite being ostensibly a stop over day ...
... Teddy would have loved to meet him. Brenda was nice enough to give us one of his CDs.....Teddy, get ready for some polka music.
Also, tomorrow will be our third week on the road and we are still loving it. We've been fortunate to have good weather and the motorhome is feeling more and more like home every day. We miss everyone and wish you all could be here to experience this with us. Love to everyone. xxxooo
... We didn't realize we had crossed into Minnesota; the state line was confusing right as we were crossing the Mississippi River. Also we had lunch on the Mississippi River, in La Crosse. We are not exactly sure if La Crosse is in WI or MN. Anyway, it was a really hot day! I actually thought it might be a bit cooler up here--like colder up in the Midwest but seriously, ...
... it is just too cold. Given its equatorial proximity and year-round forecast of 85 degrees, the Dominican does not experience anything close to cold. I am super happy that through the magic of Google, I was able to see exactly how big a spider can grow in the glorious Dominican climate so that I can visualize exactly what will crawl on me if I ever let down my guard. The images, now seared in my brain, are going ...