This morning I was surprised by the time on the clock when I woke up; it was 7:15! That’s late for me. I packed up slowly and rode out of the campground as quietly as possible. It was Sunday morning and no one was out and about.
I rode about 40 miles and stopped at McDonald’s for breakfast. The building is a newer one, but they incorporated the traditional arches in the design. I like the arches, so I took a picture.
You can see it was a beautiful day – sunny and cool.
South Dakota is the last state except for Hawaii that I have not ridden in. I stopped for the picture when I got to the sign. I have no plans to fly to Hawaii, so that’s it for my collection of states.
The speed limits were 75 or 80 mph; it felt good to be able to go fast legally. I turned left on I-90 and just kept riding. There were a lot of motorcycles headed west to Sturgis and a few on trailers heading east and home. There were so many bikes no one waved. Traffic south of the Wisconsin Dells was very heavy this evening. I guess people were heading home from their weekend cottages.
I’m headed for my brother’s home in Illinois. I stopped at a KOA just north of Madison, WI.