If you build it they will come. After traveling most of the day we visited the set of the movie, Field of Dreams, and played a concert and a little baseball.
On Monday we visited the world's only Corn Palace and played a concert at the Lewis and Clark Scout Camp in Yankton, South Dakota.
We visited The Minuteman Missile field covering part of South Dakota including 150 Launch Control Facilities. The Badlands National Park was a geological wonder and contains one of the world's richest fossil beds. Our last stop was at Wall Drug, the worlds largest drugstore with free water advertised for 300 miles around.
Custer State Park home to over 1,300 bison as well as many other animals was our first stop. Next we took a step back in time to visit over 60 mammoths. We finished the day with a concert at a baseball game.
This was the busiest day of tour with visits to multiple places in the Black Hills crossing two states.
Started our drive back home with a stop at the Lewis and Clark interpretive Center and the Hard Rock Hotel in Sioux City, Iowa.
Day seven featured learning about Abraham Lincoln at his museum in Springfield, Illinois.
The last day of tour allowed us to finish the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum visit and travel back home again.