Mid summer is sunflower season out west and the best way to view this spectacle is to travel the old two lane highways through farm country. By not opting for the high speed Interstate Highways, more opportunities to stop and smell the roses will arise. Often the two lane roads will provide a more direct route and the slower pace will be easier on a fully loaded vehicle. Farm country is where vast fields of sunflowers await to be discovered and one of the best spots to keep in mind can be found just south of Badlands National Park in South Dakota. Highway 44 is the road to look for and a mid summer trek down this old highway may result in a one of a kind opportunity to view blooming sunflower fields that stretch out to the horizon!
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