Sioux Falls Sculpture Walk

Sioux Falls Sculpture Walk

Once we got settled in the RV park in Sioux Falls,  we decided we better go explore a little. Saturday was forecast for a lot of rain, and we also had the installation in the morning. We wanted to see the falls, and Falls Park was beautiful. The falls were bigger than I expected, and there were the remains of an old mill there too.

Sioux Falls Sculpture Walk

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Mutual Admiration Society

Mutual Admiration Society

The photo challenge from The Daily Post this week was great timing for me. Admiration, show something or someone you admire.

Well I admire the hubby, and I admire the beautiful work he creates. This past weekend while we were in Sioux Falls, it was wonderful to hear other people saying they admire his work too. And it’s very exciting to have these pieces installed for a year in the Sioux Falls Sculpture Walk. They look great, and are in a nice spot in downtown.

Mutual Admiration Society. Sioux Falls Sculpture Walk

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Taking the back roads in Nebraska and South Dakota

Taking the back roads in Nebraska and South Dakota

We left Utah on Wednesday morning. We had planned on leaving Tuesday, so we could travel a bit slower but there was bad snow storms all across Wyoming. Right where we needed to go. So the smart thing was to hang out for a day, and wait out the weather. Good thing to, when we did go across Wyoming on Wednesday there was quite a bit of snow piled on the sides of the highway in places. We made it to Cheyenne that first day, then traveled into Nebraska on Thursday. We went through the upper left corner of Nebraska a few years ago, so this was all new territory for us.

I have to say, I loved the wide open spaces, the nothingness for miles on end, and the quirky little towns. Traveling with the house is harder, because we can’t stop or turn around on a dime. So when I see a photo op, hopefully there is a way to stop and check it out. Such was the case with this old building.

Old building in Nebraska

It looked like a combination of an old church, and maybe a town hall type of place.

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