Americas Mailbox Campground
Well now it's officially official.
We've been South Dakota residents for 5 years since we've been fulltiming, but this time our visit was so I could get my South Dakota drivers license. Piece of cake. We use Americas Mailbox for our domicile and they make things very easy. To get your drivers license you need to spend one night in the state. So we once again stayed at Americas Mailbox. They have a small campground which makes things convenient. This way we could pick up our mail and get my license. You need to bring a receipt from where you stayed as well as a couple of other pieces of ID. No test or anything else special required. I was in and out. So now I'm officially an official South Dakota resident. Bye bye California.
Roadside America. It appears the statue was once part of the outside of a sports bar. The statue is gone. Just the pedestal remains. On to the Tire Man.
Corny, but cute.
It gave me shivers touching this wall. Such a very sad time back then.
A section of the wall (above) and a side view (below).
They made it rounded at the top supposedly so you could not climb over it.
I was impressed with how much info they had with the wall segments. I didn't know there were sections all around the world but there are. After I posted it on facebook, several of my friends told me about exhibits they saw around the US. I never knew. There is even a segment at the library in Mt. View, CA not far from where I grew up. Amazing! To find where they are located in the US click HERE.
Kennedy and Bush.
There was also an Art Alley that sounded much like the one we visited in Boise but we ran out of time and didn't get to see it.
Hurley cuddled up on my lap and we enjoyed an inside fire. Tomorrow we leave for our final stop in South Dakota before we head into North Dakota, the only state we haven't camped in yet with the 5er as fulltimers.