July 7, 2020 Chamberlain South Dakota We left Storm Lake around 9:15 and began the left, right, left, right to keep us on a north westerly course towards South Dakota. The weather and temperature were perfect and the sky mostly clear. We continued to stick to the secondary highways which had posted speed limits of 55. There was virtually no traffic. We crossed into Minnesota around noon and decided to take a quick caffeine break. I re-did a route and took off the no highway avoidance. We had just crossed over Route 90 and came to the realization that we were 2.5 hours out if we jumped on it. Our secondary road route would have been 3.5 hours so we opted to hop on and make some miles and time. We quickly crossed into South Dakota where the speed limit jumps to 80. We cruised along averaging 75-80 for 45 minutes when we got off to grab gas and to close up our “stitches” as the temperature had dropped. Back on the highway we continued at our previous pace getting us to our destination at 3:00. We pulled into American Creek Campground which is right on the Missouri River. We didn’t have reservations and the tent sites were full but when I told them we were staying two nights they put us on a RV site for tent pricing. Jumping back to last night on Storm Lake we were at Storm Lake Sunrise Campground. We were treated to a spectacular sunset and unique cloud formations. Tomorrow we are going to tour some of the local sites. Also I will get the pictures from our P&S camera and get them posted.