Daily Archives: August 15, 2014

Gambling

You can’t even sit in a bar and get slowly drunk to the tones of a sad country song.  The gambling machines are everywhere, even little monitors set into bars and tables.  Who knew that Deadwood was a gambling mecca.  … Continue reading

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I-90 through South Dakota

A big attraction along I-90 is the Corn Palace.   It is not very far from the highway and so worth the short trip.  The palace is an auditorium where they hold events and things like basketball games.  The difference is … Continue reading

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Craft beer in Sioux Falls

We stopped for the night in Sioux Falls.  It is a pleasant, medium-sized city.  It was founded because of the waterfalls, as the name implies.   It is not a very big river, but it was evidently enough to power grain … Continue reading

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Spam, wonderful Spam

Hormel, the maker of Spam, is just a little off I-90 in Austin, Minnesota, so we stopped off at the Spam museum that they run there. I am not a big fan of Spam, but I sometimes like it for … Continue reading

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