Super 8 Sioux Falls/41st Street
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Today was a longer driving day.
Iowa was very green, not like last year when it was so dry. Corn and soybeans as far as the eye could see.
The Interstate 90 through Minnesota is terrible (very rough)! Remembered that from last year's trip, AFTER we decided to take this route this year. Where are our federal dollars at work?? May return to Ohio a different way.
Long driving day tomorrow.....
... evening! They were all so excited about our trip and the fact we'd come to their club, they gave us pens, torches, American flags and two VFW caps. We were also treated to a Vietnam marine vet singing the Marine hymn to us- very special indeed! The people there were so lovely, we got invited to breakfast for the following morning, and as they were more than happy to cater for Trevs eating habits, we accepted their very kind offer! What an evening we ...
... displayed over and over for hundreds of miles - flat, flat, seasonally-spent corn and soybean crops on dusty brown farmland, with the heavy machinery stationed in the fields alongside the irrigation apparatus waiting for the next planting season, only to be interrupted by the occasional herd of black cattle.
The repetitive landscape, coupled with a very early flight out of Knoxville, and Todd was ready to let me ...
... pens with lots and lots of cows. It's surprising that for as many farms as we see, we almost never see anyone working them.
We were on the Louis and Clark Trail today and went through two Indian Reservation Lands; one the Blackhawk's and the other the Dakota's. I was hoping to see someone on horseback in full regalia, but I guess I must have watched too many westerns when I was a kid.
... their existence. It was a incredible sight to behold!
Making our way to Falls Park in the city of Sioux Falls led us in the back way past the State Penitentiary. Certainly a reality check that in all the beauty we are experiencing, crime and violence reach here as well.
We parked Bertha, set the AC for Tidbit, gathered our camera and ...