We couldn’t have planned the day any better. After breakfast at Mickey D’s, we located the football field where our grandson Mason’s game was to be played. The whole area was absolutely beautiful. One thing we can say about Rapid City is it has countless beautiful parks. The football field was first rate and the surrounding flower gardens, soccer fields, bike and walking paths, all following along a clear creek, seemed to go on forever.
We arrived early and enjoyed a long walk with the dogs before Mason’s team got there. Mason Sr, Amy, and Ethan made it a little before game time. By then, Kip and the dogs had attracted quite a crowd.
The right team won. The Thunder Basin, Bolts beat the Rapid City, Cobblers 32 -0. Mason had a great game!
Ethan is in 4th grade. He plays quarterback on his league football team, the Steelers.
Just as the game was finishing up, Kip’s cell phone rang. It was the RV shop calling to tell us SeeYa was ready to go. Kip took the dogs and went to check it out before meeting all of us for a celebratory lunch at The Texas Road House.
After saying goodbye to the family, we picked up our beautiful home and took it to a self service place to wash. Afterwords, we went to Perkin’s Restaurant for more food…and more dessert.
Sometime tomorrow, SeeYa will be rolling into Murdo with the king and queen of roly poly… Kip and Murdo Girl, along with their three worn out puppy dogs, and one very bored cat.
Does The Murdo Drive-In still make those delicious rhubarb milkshakes?