Super 8 Sioux Falls/41st Street
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Traveled from La Crosse in Wisconsin to Sioux Falls in South Dakota today.
You may be like, wait, what about the huge state that is Minnesota?!? Didn't have many plans in Minnesota and what I did see, really wasn't much to talk about. Though amazing to see, the vast fields of wind turbines were memorizing like something in a hypnotists ...
... again, I noticed the sky was beginning to turn grey. I neglected to look up the weather report this morning, and I was going to pay for it. Within the hour, it was raining. Big deal, rain happens. And just as quickly as it began, it was over. But once I passed into Minnesota, the sky opened up again, and it rained for the rest of my drive to Sioux Falls. And I mean it really rained. It's not all too often that a rainstorm is so bad that ...
... least for the first two days). It did get pretty crowded for the rest of the week due to the holiday. We decided today that we are going to alter our route and head to Custer/the Badlands/Black Hills after we leave here. With it being summer, you really need to make reservations and we were lucky to find a place. I'll give you more details when we are there - I already know it will be awesome.
On 7/4, the ...
We drove from Chicago to Sioux Falls, SD—Left Chicago around 9am so we didn't run into a lot of traffic. Drove through Wisconsin and Minnesota. The landscape did not seem much different than the farms of Lancaster County. Uneventful drive—thank goodness. Saw many wind turbines along the way. Stopped for a picnic lunch at a rest stop along the way. We enjoyed using our Easy Pass so we ...
... to retain knowledge on obscure ailments which could be a potential threat at some point in our lives. She is font of medical and disaster planning knowledge!
Equal to her capacity for research, education, and preparation for all levels of disaster is her capacity to worry. And I don't know how the rest of y'all were raised, but even though I am officially a grown up now, I still spend an inordinate amount of ...