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Today we left Chicago and headed to Sioux City. Home of Sitting Bull and the Sioux American Indian tribes. We crossed the mighty Mississippi River and went through Illinois and Iowa. We thought New Zealand had corn we drove for 4 hours and only saw corn fields!!! Today was one of our longest days on the bus we travelled 893 KMS which took just over 13 hours but we had lots of stops. When we arrived in Sioux City at the hotel we were exhausted but went to ...
... a lot about how we had all been together full time for 31 days. The next day we let the kids sleep in and then got started on our drive to Roosevelt-Tower for our horseback ride. Along the way we stopped at the Canyon Visitor Center and watched a film about the volcanic activity in Yellowstone. The horseback ride was terrific and everyone had a good time. Ben's horse was initially a little ornery, and Jacob's horse turned ornery later in the ride, bending their ...
... the Assembly Hall built in 1882 which we later visited, Joseph Smith Memorial Building which we also visited later on our own, and of course The Temple that only Mormom's in good standing are allowed to enter. There are also rules within the Mormon faith as to what rooms are accessible depending on criteria met by the person. The sisters gave us history and their perspectives on each of the buildings or points ...
We left California, drove right across Nevada into Utah to get to Salt Lake and a funny thing happened on the way.
The journey was several hundred miles, we had to stay overnight at some god forsaken place called Elko. Kevin was driving on nondescript highway, just trying to make headway. Out of nowhere, as is their way, blue flashing light behind us.
No. It's ...
... back to Korea to sell. Would be a good way to make some extra pocket money.
And we didn't go skiing - don't know why but today we woke up completely sore and tired. I think it may have something to do with the dehydration while sleeping as the air here is so dry.
I will be putting on the alarm tomorrow morning to make sure we get up to hit the slopes.