Wingding 2014 Day05
Saturday July 5
The Corn Palace
The Corn Palace is open year-round and is FREE to visit. Our peak
season is from Memorial Day through Labor Day. When you come during this
time, you truly see the Corn Palace come to life as it is redecorated with
new corn, grain and grass to showcase a new theme. However, the Corn Palace
is never completely bare, so you will always see a building
this truly American Icon!
Nestled along the Missouri River in Chamberlain and Oacoma, SD, Al's
Oasis has historically been the premier resting stop for travelers
along Interstate 90 (I-90). Here at Al's Oasis we offer bus tour
groups, vacationing families, tourists, and lone travelers more than
just great food, lodging and shopping. We offer them an escape from
their travels. We still have our delicious 5¢ coffee, which always
comes with a free smile. Al's Oasis, still a family run business,
prides itself on making a fun, convenient, and relaxing stop for you
and your family. Feel
free to contact us at 605-234-6051 for questions or information.
Weekend Breakfast Buffet every weekend for $8.95
are open from 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Al's provides easy access off Interstate 90 whether you
are traveling East or West with ample parking for
multiple buses. Traveling with 45 or 50 of your closest
friends? Al's Oasis Restaurant caters to all tour groups
and takes pride in
being able to serve groups quickly and efficiently.
restaurant seating for 300 guests.
America's Favorite Roadside Attraction!
Free Admission to this 76,000 square foot wonderland of free attractions!
CURRENT STORE HOURS:
Monday - Saturday 7:00 am - 5:30 pm
Cafe Closes at 4:45 pm
Mall Closes at 5:00 pm
Sunday: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm
Cafe Closes at 2:45 pm
Mall Closes at 3:30 pm
It was December 1931. Dorothy and I had just bought the only drugstore in a
town called Wall on the edge of the South Dakota Badlands. We'd been open a
few days, and business had been
I stood shivering on the wooden sidewalk. In this little prairie town there
were only 326 people, 326 poor people.
Most of them were farmers who'd been wiped out either by the Depression or
Christmas was coming, but there was no snow, no sparkling lights — just
viciously cold air. Out on the prairie the cold wind whipped up dust devils.
I could see a Tin Lizzie chugging along the two-laner. Suitcases were
strapped to the running boards. Someone's
going home for the holidays, I thought to myself. I wished
they would stop, 82 years later...
Now there are people bustling all over the streets of Wall. If Ted &
Dorothy can make it in the dust bowl days of the Dirty 30s then there is no
such place as Godforsaken in this great country we live in...AMERICA. We
are still here and gas prices are low. All signs lead to Wall Drug!