The Corn Palace City - Mitchell, South Dakota
I relaxed at my brother's house, did a little
The latter was suggested to me
A major accomplishment during that time was
I returned to the road a little skinnier than
I started in June,
My return to the road at
Brother Tom drove me back to North
Dakota early on Day 65.
Within minutes of turning back
east and taking to the road
An hour down the road,
I met several more locals on the
way to Lamoure, the next town,
I accepted his offer. My feet
wouldn't let me do otherwise.
BY JOY POWERS
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Publicity and attention continued as I trekked on to Oakes, ND.
Entering Oakes with Fannie the Flag waving,
He turned out to be Marlow who was
so struck by this
Karen, who generally does advertising
for the paper, took up
As I was nearing the middle of town,
Karen (left) was most accommodating.
Karen, your hospitality was extraordinary.
After my stay at Oakes,
It was another healthy jaunt of
Then, he graciously invited me
Roger's wife even provided refreshments.
Crossing the Red River and
My Texan friend let me off in Elbow Lake,
Gail Hedstrom (left), the Elbow Lake librarian,
We had a fun time talking about almost