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From cool mountain bliss we catapulted into prairies and badlands. Spent a fun afternoon touring through Teddy Roosevelt Nat'l Park looking for Bison. The sky was erupting with lightening, the prairie dogs were popping in and out of their holes, and lo and behold we did find wild horses and buffalo roaming in the land of the free. Oh give me a home …
We arrived in Bismarck shortly after 4:30, earlier than expected after an uneventful day of travelling.
Highlights of the day:
- Roads were great - dry ... hardly any snow to be seen in the countryside.
- We went thru the border crossing at Northgate - no one in line, so was very quick.
- Roger was able to connect with his " …
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 and the roads were great. No pictures of I-94 of course!
Tomorrow and beyond will be more interesting, so watch for more updates!
... since 2007 to over 500,000 barrels a day putting North Dakota in second place behind Texas in oil production.
I'm heading toward Hill City, SD. I just found out today that the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally starts tomorrow so hotels are going to be hard to get anywhere near Sturgis including Hill City so I'll have to rethink my ...
... Sakakawea who traveled and helped guide Lewis and Clark. Her granddaughter actually posed for the statue. They had in the museum illustrations on how the statue was created. Sakakawea imagine has been a symbol in North Dakota.
Well tomorrow I'm off to Bemidji MN. Bemidji is the first city west of Mississippi so stayed tuned to what I discover about this city. It looks like it will be some nice landscape in the area for sure.