Travel Blogs from Bismarck, United States

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Bismarck Day 1, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Bismarck Day 1

A travel blog entry by 2jgstl

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... ; The trip just reinforced our belief that to really see the country, one cannot stay on the interstate highways. After arriving at the Bismarck KOA in time for lunch in the coach, we headed out to see the state capitol.  It is a beautiful building ...

Bismarck, North Dakota, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Bismarck, North Dakota

A travel blog entry by drmom

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... an Alaska cruise will be a perfect way to celebrate the end of residency in 4 years. We drove half-way across the state to Bismarck, where we are staying tonight. Paul found a hotel that has a 3-story indoor water slide-no kidding. All 3 of us had a ...

Reunion Day, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Reunion Day

A travel blog entry by kathrynleee

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Up bright and early...and after breakfast at the hotel, we jumped in the car to check out Bismarck. It's a remarkably clean, green, peaceful...and flat! People are friendly and kind...but today the weather was kind of cool and cloudy. Right off the ...

Bismarck Day 2 Brrrr !, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Bismarck Day 2 Brrrr !

A travel blog entry by 2jgstl

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Today dawned wet and cold.  We suffered through light rain and high temperatures in the low 40s. (It is in the 70s where we are heade in Coldfoot, Alaska, 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle).  Just 100 miles to the west in Dickinson, ND, they ...

More Fun in Bismarck, Bismarck, United States travel blog

More Fun in Bismarck

A travel blog entry by kathrynleee

I had to work off some of those calories from yesterday's food fest...so after a workout in the gym and breakfast with Gary and Dale Sundet, Dale, Gary, Jim, Mom, Gary and I headed over to Aunt Alice's cozy townhouse for a short visit before heading over ...

Bismarkee, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Bismarkee

A travel blog entry by kgkacin

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I roll into Bismark and find old faithful, The Motel Super 8.  This is actually Thursday night into Friday.  Stay with me folks.  I needed to find dinner somewhere and I ended up at Space Aliens Grill(e) and ...

Sacajawea stopped here too, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Sacajawea stopped here too

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... 1804. General Custer took command of Fort Abraham Lincoln here in 1875. Sitting Bull and Theodore Roosevelt figured prominently in Bismarck's history. And the city was named for the Chancellor of Germany - hoping to attract German investment capital for ...

Did ya ever notice how really big Montana is???, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Did ya ever notice how really big Montana is???

A travel blog entry by pmschmi

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... a lot of showers in all directions.  We had our rain gear ready but decided to head out without it.  We arrived in Bismarck, North Dakota over 650 miles east without hitting any rain worthy of rain gear.  We got a few drips twice  but ...

His last home. , Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, United States travel blog

His last home.

A travel blog entry by thesairs

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... was closed in the 1870's when it moved down and joined the Cavalry Post.  We enjoyed our trip 'into the past' and would recommend this stop, along with the town of Bismarck to anyone who happens to find themselves traveling across Interstate 94. ...

A day in North Dakota's Capital city , Bismarck, United States travel blog

A day in North Dakota's Capital city

A travel blog entry by thesairs

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... to Bismarck.  The reason?  The Northern Pacific railroad chose the name of Germanys "Iron Chancellor", Prince Otto Von Bismarck as an inducement to have German immigrants settle here. A little background is needed to explain ...

F.A.L., Bismarck, United States travel blog

F.A.L.

A travel blog entry by brian.day

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Today we went to fort abraham lincon and toured custers house. it was super cool because they guide was dressed in a uniform and talked as if he was from that time period. It was very cool. We also saw abandoned forts that had been abandoned because the ...

Travelogue Project Group Member 3 part 1, Fargo, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Travelogue Project Group Member 3 part 1

A travel blog entry by ancientonly

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... I merely isolated myself in a field alone and contemplated on how Fargo has weather that is some of the worst in the continental United States. However I was visit by a man who was actor, stage manager, and a playwright. I asked him about his life, he ...

Mondays adventage, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Mondays adventage

A travel blog entry by west2013

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... of lakes.  We took the long way around Minneapolis Lots of construction on the roads there. Finally back on I 94 heading to Bismarck.  At one of the rest stops I finally saw my Yellow winged Blackbird.  We setup our campsite for the night, ...

Buffalo, Teddy R and the Prairie Dogs, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Buffalo, Teddy R and the Prairie Dogs

A travel blog entry by reneltrek

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... 600 or so shots on this trip and I really had fun staring down the buffalo to get a good one.   We stopped in Bismarck, North Dakota to take a picture of Nels at the Capitol.  It is a quaint old town on the Missouri River.  Big news: ...

Sun shine on my puppy(Tuffy), Bismarck, United States travel blog

Sun shine on my puppy(Tuffy)

A travel blog entry by jim.and.mary

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Had a great nights sleep.  Got up at 6:30 our time and 8:30 local time.   Mary is making pea salad today and I'm going to BBQ a flank steak and a couple of NY strips.  Will update as day goes on and pictures for your ...

June 2 Bismarck ND enroute to Fargo, Bismarck, United States travel blog

June 2 Bismarck ND enroute to Fargo

A travel blog entry by knightc

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Bob got up first and made a nice breakfast - egg on toast with oranges and bananas to decorate the plate. We are now heading for Fargo where we will regroup (charge electronics, get the card for the GPS, etc). It's about a 3 hour trip. There is very ...

Working for FEMA in Bismarck Again, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Working for FEMA in Bismarck Again

A travel blog entry by poodlady

I arrived in Bismarck around 4 PM.  ...

Driving across North Dakota, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Driving across North Dakota

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost

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... my laundry, grabbed dinner, set up the tent, and now it’s just battling the mosquitoes until bedtime.  I'm in a KOA in Bismarck tonight - easily the busiest campground of the trip so far for me.  I'm not used to sharing!  But it's ...

Just passing through, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Just passing through

A travel blog entry by redrox

North Dakota is another one of those states that I had never been in. I know its huge, and I know there are parks that we could linger in, but this was day 3 of 5 on our way to British Columbia. We were just passing through. Our brief look at Teddy ...

North Dakota Bird:  Western Meadowlark,  Bismarck, United States travel blog

North Dakota Bird: Western Meadowlark

A travel blog entry by lisajagmin

Took Chris to work after a somewhat circuitous route to find the Mandan diner "Freid's" for breakfast, which was actually quite good, though the building was again in a sort of metal warehouse structure. The ultimate in functionality. After dropping ...

Bismarck-ee, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Bismarck-ee

A travel blog entry by allobr

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Day 16: Dickinson, ND to Bismarck, ND   Miles traveled: 273 States covered: North Dakota Weather:  Foggy and overcast in the morning, then warm and pleasant  Meltdowns:  Abby 1 mega meltdown after dinner at the Space Aliens (Ann ...

Final Arrival: Chez Pole, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Final Arrival: Chez Pole

A travel blog entry by tfsnews

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No place to camp, Bismarck, United States travel blog

No place to camp

A travel blog entry by jim.and.mary

483 miles today, a lot more than planned.  Hard to find a camping space with all these oil workers.  Wanted to stay in Dickenson, garmin took us to the right address and nothing there.  Put in another address and again no RV site.  We ...

Pierre and Bismarck, Pierre and Bismarck, United States travel blog

Pierre and Bismarck

A travel blog entry by geriatricgypsy

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... Lewis and Clark.   We crossed into North Dakota to visit "The Skyscraper of the Prairie", the state capital in Bismarck.  Construction was finished in 1935 of this nineteen story building.  It boasts efficiency of cost and usable ...

Bismarck, ND, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Bismarck, ND

A travel blog entry by roganna

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... tank when we left Regina).  S.K. is much less thirsty than Roger's F150 piggy.  We would have made it all the way to Bismarck with a full tank. - Supper at Olive Garden.  We need to get us one of those in Regina! * S.K. = Silent Killer, our ...

Sacajawea was here, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Sacajawea was here

A travel blog entry by burtonll

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A special tour on a capital ...

Bismarck, Baby, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Bismarck, Baby

A travel blog entry by jennifericall

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... head back to the visitors’ center for the Jr. Ranger swear-in and badge.  Then we kept trucking along toward Bismarck, ND. Being Saturday night, we discovered most of the campsites were full, so we decided it was time for a luxurious night in ...

First Day of return trip., Bismarck, United States travel blog

First Day of return trip.

A travel blog entry by ginnie1517

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... largest known statue of a cow.  There is nothing else in this town of New Salem.  Cute idea. Once I got to Bismarck I decided to check out their Heritage Museum.  There is a lot of history in these western states like N.D. from ...

Start, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Start

A travel blog entry by jon.reinpold

And we're off!  Even though this was a short leg, just 180 miles from Harwood to Bismarck, it will set us up for tomorrow's leg from Bismarck to Billings, MT.  Not much else to mention with today's leg other than the weather was about perfect ...

Freezing Bismarck, ND, Bismarck, United States travel blog

Freezing Bismarck, ND

A travel blog entry by manilagurl

How lucky!  I spent winter 2008 at this freezing state capital on a snow storm ...

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