A short distance out of Sioux Falls is a Sculpture tourist attraction. I had read about it on the internet and had wanted to see it. Looked promising from the road. You had to drive down a dirt road a mile or so when you came across the artwork, a trailer, an abandoned metal shed and a sign scribbled in paint that said tours $6. That was enough for dear hubby. His quote…”we’re out of here, we’ re in the middle of bum ____ no where, some psycho is gonna come out in a minute, with one eye and a wooden leg, and I’m not paying $12 bucks to see _____. “ It’s evident dear hubby has no taste for culture. We ventured on and stopped in Mitchell to see the Corn Palace and da da da da a quilt shop was only a few blocks down… called the Pin Cushion.
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Destination Oregon-Day 5 …
Well the heat wave has broken and it was a pleasant day to see sights across South Dakota. Last night we stayed in Sioux Falls and headed on our way again today. Dear Hubby and I posed for a pic at Sioux Falls.
trap site called Wall Drug. I’m riding a Jackalope, a cross between a rabbit and an antelope…and the legend lives on.