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Summary Drove 250 miles over 8 hours with frequent stops. Highlights North Dakota (ND) what can I say? No Dice, Necessary Destination, Nutty Delusion and any other vaguely negative two letter ND acronym imaginable. What more can I say about the witness protection re-location capital of choice. Certainly felt that we had somehow disturbed the space time continuum in some way...literally. My phone time was constantly an hour ahead of Karen's phone and ...
... in NYC in the 1880's.
This stay in Medora was prior to him being President in the early 1900's. The land obviously moved him as one of his first acts as President was to claim these lands as National Parks. In fact he was known as the conservationist President, as he saw the beauty and the need to preserve some of America's natural history...hugely unpopular at the time though we thank him for it today.
Phew another long day.
... light up the actual mountains behind the stage with an American Flag and sho nuff there was a deer dead middle of the mountain. Picture perfect. Everyone thought it was fake until it mosied on back up the bluff and disappeared. Everyone had a blast. It was a great way to get a feel for the west and the history of where we were, in Medora.
Thanks Michelle for both the dinner and show idea!
Before we headed out in ...
Weather: 70, off and on light rain on the road
Location: Fargo to Medor, ND
Lowlights: My salad
#of Swearwords: 1 (not at anyone)
People we met:
Activities: Bismarck State Capital, Medora Musical, Pitchfork Steak Fondue
Hotel: Americinn Medora
Helpful hint: Order Medora Musical tickets ahead of time.
Restaurants: Wood House "World's Best Hamburgers."
Today we have spent ...
I am somewhere in North Dakota, we just passed a train station by the name of “Stanley”. I can hardly take my eyes away from this scenery… we have been driving through North Dakota since last night and I got up at 5am this morning to watch the sunrise. AMAZING. The landscape here is flat and prairie-like, the grass is still yellow and a lot of it is soaked in water, a remain from the heavy snow melting ...