At nine o’clock this morning we were back on the road. We planned to drive just under three hundred miles, an easy day. What we have discovered is with the help of the federal government Interstate 90 is being rebuilt, making travel a little slow. However that does give me the opportunity to see things better.
The farmers harvest the grass along the road. Putting it in rolls they truck away, using it to feed their animals later.
There are fields of sunflowers to see, with homes for honey bees near by.
We drove through the bad lands. It reminded me of the pictures of the moon we saw in February of 2007.
A stop at Wall Drug for an ice cream was a must.
Then it was time to call it a day. Tomorrow we are going to a place called Mt. Rushmore. I was told there are four Presidents there. I did not think our presidents lived together. Maybe I will under stand better when I get there.