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"East" Sioux City - East of the Missouri River & Interstate 29 - between Exit 147 & 141
"Lewis & Clark: An American Adventure” Mural - Younkers Wing of Southern Hills Mall.
The murals starts above Game Stop, wraps around the Greenberg Jewelers Store to the Younker Mall entrance.
The mural continues on the east side of Younker entrance, over Keys Jewelers, ends at Ahlers Clocks
Sergeant Floyd Monument - It is high on a hill overlooking Missouri River, Interstate 29 Exit 144
This monument honors Sergeant Charles Floyd, the only member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition that died.
On the upstream voyage in 1804, he became ill and was buried here.
Downtown & Riverfront - North of the Missouri River & Interstate 29 - between Exit 149 & 147
Sioux City Arts Center
No admission - Home of the Prairie Dog Quest and City Arts Quilts
Sergeant Floyd (inspection boat) River Museum & Welcome Center
This decommissioned, inspection boat of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, was named
in honor of Sergeant Charles Floyd, the only man that died on the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
This dry-dock three story boat has a welcome center, engine room & Sergeant Floyd display on first deck, Museum
of local Indian & steamboat industry on 2nd deck (no photos), and radio Room & Pilot House on the top Deck.
Late afternoon, Mike Bruening and I walked the entire four-block long downtown Skywalk System, ending up at the
Sioux City Convention Center. We must have walked over a mile.
Historic Fourth Street District & Roth Fountain
In many ways, Historic Fourth Street District, resemble Omaha’s Old Market. It is restaurant, bar and nightlight district of Sioux City.
We didn’t eat dinner here. Roth Foundation has elements of a historical 1815 Exchange Building & Woodbury Country Courthouse
Aalfs Courtyard - Has a mural of buildings from the 1880's
It is on south side of the Historic Fourth Street District on west end. Makes a great photo background.
"West" Sioux City - Along, near Highway 12, north of interstate 29 exit 151
After visiting the War Eagle Monument, we drive north pass the Milwaukee Railroad Shops and the
Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center in Stone State Park. They were closed and we may visit them in the future.
War Eagle Monument
The Monument honors an Indian Leader that was peacemaker along various tribes and Whiteman.
The “first stone” is about Theophile Bruguier” The first white settler in Sioux City
Dinner & Trip Home
At dusk, we ate dinner at Village inn type restaurant east of Southern Hills Mall and
than drive 1-1/2 home on the regency reopened I-29.
Black Bear Diner
There were bear carvings both inside and outside the restaurant.
It was fast 1-1/2 drive home. From miles north of closed Mormon Bridge / Crescent Iowa,
I saw the moon reflection on the receding floodwater next to, east of I-29.
Afternoon Sioux City Visit
Based on Gallery by MINO STUDIO
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