One of many walls of mustard at the National Mustard Museum outside Madison.
A Lichtensteinian take on mustard obsession.Unexplainable "postcard" effect I somehow managed on the Mississippi River in Minneapolis.
The Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD. Hometown of George McGovern.
The Corn Palace gets talent too!!!
Four of our better leaders.
A mule confronts a jackass and her cur at Custer National Park.Next: Into the Badlands...
Very cool photos! I took Amtrack through SD a long time ago but didn't have time to stop and look around like I wanted to. One of my favorite movies of all time was partially filmed at Mt. Rushmore - a dude and some chick had to climb down the face of it to survive - a dude named Grant ... I'm sure you know the film.
Also, I was surprised to know my relatives - the Mitchells - owned a corn palace! Damn, I'm proud of them now. Enjoy the rest of your vacation!
I'm simply glad to live in a country where Tanya Tucker is still relevant...and glad to see that this talented superstar hasn't given in to the lure of plastic surgery that so many A-list stars of her caliber are pressured into getting. Nope. "You Ain't My Sister, Tanya (Not Tonight)".
Yup. At first I thought they might have used a photo of her replica from Tussaud's. Then I imagined how sad it must be for your show to be promoted via a medium typically used for a lost dog.
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