Super 8 Wall
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Left Fargo at 8:00 am. Interstate 29 is a straight shot to Sioux Falls. After 60 miles got to South Dakota and stopped at information center. Had fun watching a small yellow crop duster making numerous runs to spray field across the highway. He was making his turns at a very low altitude right above us. Fifty miles north of Sioux Falls at …
It's Hanson Blogging from Wall, South Dakota! Sorry I haven't been blogging lately. There was a problem with the blog in which we had to e-mail for help and try a bunch of different things to get it to work. Finally, we got it up and running after we've already blown through most of the USA, Niagara Falls and Toronto.
So, I left my last blog in St. Andrews, New Brunswick. That was a long time ago. The end ...
... glad we visited. It was stared in 1948 and is still a work in progress. A Lakota Indian Chief invited Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski to do the carving because he "would like the white man to know the red man has great heroes also." Ziolkowski was a single man age 40 when he started the project. He soon married and had 10 children. This family of 12 spent all their lives working on Crazy Horse. The parents are deceased and 7 children and their families are still working on ...
... licked his face up and down until it was dripping. Mike explained that Duke likes beards! Haha. We brought Ian’s pizza with us – it’s famous for its mac n’ cheese baked pizza. We drank Leinenkugel over the pizza and sat down to watch a scary movie (much to my dismay). This morning we woke up, said our goodbyes, and drove to a local market where they sell local beers (we had to stock up on Spotted Cow, right??) and we could get fresh local cheese curds. Alex ...
... the lightening. A very satisfying 4th of July!
On our way to the Badlands we saw miles and miles of prairie, much of it covered with a beautiful yellow flower which smelled very sweet - I thought it smelled like heaven. When we got to the park we learned it is invasive sweet clover, which totally ruined our enjoyment. You can see the yellow in the photos. I did a little research and ...