Here is an Atlantic article on an Upper Midwest linguistic peculiarity. 


And another, from the same series, on Sioux Falls. If you have been through Sioux Falls, I think you'll agree that it is so vigorous that it is almost getting too crowded. I avoid staying there on the way to Arizona as it is a hassle to make a left turn. 



Here is an Atlantic article on an Upper Midwest linguistic peculiarity. 

And another, from the same series, on Sioux Falls. If you have been through Sioux Falls, I think you'll agree that it is so vigorous that it is almost getting too crowded. I avoid staying there on the way to Arizona as it is a hassle to make a left turn.