4 Things This Nebraska Transplant Is Still Not Used to about South Dakota
2006 was the year I became a South Dakotan. That January my wife and I came to Sioux Falls from Nebraska. Before Sioux Falls we lived in Kearney, NE in the south-central part of the state. Before that, I grew up in the southern Nebraska Panhandle.
Nebraska and South Dakota are similar in many ways.
- Both have a large agricultural element to their economies.
- Both have an Old West legacy.
- Both have large urban centers in the east and lots of rural space everywhere else.
- Both states feel the same way about Iowa.
I’m very glad I moved here and really like living in Sioux Falls, but there are some things that as a Nebraska transplant I’m still not used to.
4 Things This Nebraska Transplant Is Still Not Used to About South Dakota
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