Monday, June 30, 2014

2014 Western Camping...Day 15...Tuesday, June 17, 2014

It's finally time to leave. After early coffee, I say goodbye to has been (as always) a great party...a great time...a lot of fun and good work.
Around 10:00, I follow Gretchen and Roger as we swing south and west out of Thompson to the “Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missle Command Site Museum”. It's a leisurely drive with stops along the way for lunch (hot dogs) and “smoke breaks”.
The Museum is an interesting tour...deep underground into the Command Bunker be elevator. We get to see how these “missile crews” spent their time both on-duty as well as leisure. The Command Site used to control five different missile launch sites...lots of firepower. This site is no longer operational, but several sites nearby are still “active”.
After the tour, it's several hours “on the road” down to Sioux Falls, South Dakota where we check in at a KOA. A few Bourbons precede our dinner. I dice up some side pork and through in a jar of pasta sauce...we boil pasta...Roger makes garlic bread from hot dog buns...we drink a lot of wine.
Another early night to bed.
I've tried calling my Florida attorney, but he has not returned my call.

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