It is humid here on the eastern side of the state. Course, everywhere we go we get thunder and lightening. We saw the Corn Palace here in Mitchell yesterday. All the pictures that are seen there are made up entirely of ears of corn.
We also went to the old public library here in Mitchell. It has been turned into a museum of sorts. Also, you can do genealogy research there. It is called the Carnegie Resource Center now. This building is made of quartzsite. We got a private little tour from one of the former mayors of the town. I don't remember her name, but sounds like she was quite a mayor. She sold the building to the research group for $1. The rest of the council was mad at her. They had other plans for the building.
This dome was painted by Oscar Howe, a Yanktonai Sioux artist. He painted it in 1940 for $75. It is "Sun and Rain Clouds over Hills".
So we are off to Le Sueur, MN.