We drove just 29 miles from Sioux Falls to a one-night Harvest Host: Porter Sculpture Park.
It was a slow curvy drive on a dirt road through a cow pasture to the fenced area where the sculptures were located.
Setting up went fast since there were no hookups available.
Our view from the “patio” –
The wind was blowing which cooled the air. We didn’t walk the grounds until early evening. Wayne Porter is the sculptor and proprietor. You can easily see some of his biggest pieces from I-90.
There was usually a hand-painted poem to go with each installation.
And finally, revenge for my persistent use of a fly swatter, inside and outside: