BEST WESTERN PLUS Ramkota Hotel
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... green fields. At Twin Buttes (another pair with the same name as the ones we passed yesterday morning), some people had built a house between the buttes, looking down over the river valley, and the house was designed to fit in that location. It was kind of an octagon shape itself, and had at least 2 towers jutting out from it. Very tastefully done, and really was stunning in that specific setting.
There were no winds today! It was ...
(Pictures to follow - I forgot to bring the camera to the library where we have internet access!)
ground speed - 11+ mph
airspeed - about 14 mph
We awoke to a wonderful morning. The sun was shining, the forecast was for clear skies and a high of 80 degrees. The winds were forecast to be southerly - crosswinds - but at least not against us. After a breakfast of eggs, bacon, doughnuts, hasbrowns and fruit - we almost wanted ...
... for Amelia, although she did enjoy some of the scenery. We made it through another audio book but then something caught her eye. As we slowed down for construction the picture of the semi-truck in front of us made her day. Can't you see in her picture how she just perked up and has more life in her as she read the semi-truck's motto "Do Not Underestimate The Power of the Flower" She was ...
We took a small side trip today to Bismarck, ND. At the state capital there is a free museum that highlights things from North Dakota. There are displays from fossils up to the present day. It is one of the best free museums I have ever been to. Of course, the dinosaurs and mammoth displays were my favorite. I definitely recommend stopping here if you are ever passing through North Dakota.
... 4 billion barrels of recoverable oil; other estimates indicate 20 billion.
“If you’re unemployed, go to North Dakota” has been the story on the news for several years, framing tales of recession and job loss nationwide. North Dakota isn’t suffering; the state’s unemployment rate is around 3%, in Williston it is less than 1%. The state’s budget has a billion-dollar surplus. Millions of ...