As I headed out of Aberdeen city limits I kept noticing nice classic cars driving on the road or on trailers. My car show sensors were in full alarm, the only question was where is the car show? Can it possibly be on our route? As many of you know, I am a sucker for a good car show (actually ANY car show).
As I mentioned above, the ride was fantastic. Nice scenery, the longest train I've seen in a while (even got a wave and a honk from the conductor) and I noticed that Andover is having their annual Threshing Show September 11 & 12. Surprisingly I don't remember seeing one of those advertised in Portland and I've never been to one. If the schedule works maybe we can attend on the way back.
We decided to camp at a little RV park the city of Webster sponsors. Electric power only with a central water station and dump but it is free for one night. Perfect. We've noticed that many small towns in South Dakota offer these, typically in the City Park. This is our third one in a row. We love them.
It was early afternoon so we wanted to see what Webster (population ~1300) had to offer. They have a museum (Webster Museum) comprised of 23 buildings, each with a different theme that shows/describes life in this area years ago. Everything you can imagine. It really is quite amazing. Free admission which is insane. We spent 2 hours there and gladly made a donation. Highly recommended if you happened to be driving through Webster.
An awesome dinner at The Galley Bar & Grill, watched the Bucks thump the Suns then it's time for bed. A terrific day today. We are over 1700 miles into this thing and will be in Minnesota tomorrow. Yes, Minnesota! Went all the way through South Dakota!