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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... if only they knew the full extent! The countryside here is quite beautiful. It's so green and luscious, and so very huge! No wonder it takes so long to drive it. We did stop off at the Sioux Falls though, nothing on Niagara but still beautiful. The rocks that surround it were said to have been there for over 14,000 years. I did get to put my feet in this waterfall as well, so that was ...
... 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 ...
... away. Matt is reading Enders Game and I'm reading a different book my sister let me borrow, Bringing Up BeBe. The first chapter was good and interesting. It really is nice, Hugh is so occupied with the boy, we really truly get to relax. A very good, a very good day indeed. Oh and the oil change Matt got was 1/2 of what we would have paid in Oregon for a synthetic oil. ...
... 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 ...
... guess what our project will be? If you guessed hugging kids or serving meals, you are wrong. We will be removing an existing roof, then helping to build a reinforced concrete roof on a church in one of the poorest barrios in a small community. The church is incredibly important for education and community outreach, and they need to expand to better serve their community. This is phase one of that project.