Dignity

Dignity, Dale Lamphere, 2016

We left Sioux Falls after visiting not one but two bakeries. One can never rough it too much on a glamping trip. We stopped in Mitchell, SD and visited their one-and-only Corn Palace. Also in Mitchell, we visited a prehistoric Native American village, now an archeological site and home of the Archeodome, an enclosed, air-conditioned dig. Just before we crossed the Mighty Mo, for the fourth time, we stopped at a rest stop and were rewarded with the sight of a 50 ft. tall stainless steel Lakota woman. Anne is already talking herself into doing a similar star patterned quilt. We made it to the Badlands. I have cell service. 

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