Canad Inns Destination Center Grand Forks
Travel Blogs from Grand Forks
We stopped at the huge US Air Force Base on the outskirts of Grand Forks ND. On weekends, visitors are not allowed entry, but we toured the display of aircraft in the garden at the main gate. A rare treat to get up close to some of these famous aircraft.
Nothing much to really write about today. We left home just before 8am. Filled up gas and had breakfast from Tim Hortons. Got to the border around 9am and there were plenty of vehicles wanting to cross the border the same time as us. Emerson border have every lane open, even the bus lane was available to everybody. By the time we got ...
... The driver, Louis almost got into a fist fight over some road rage but it ended with a bunch of **** talking. The next ride was the only scary one. I got picked up by some Indians who put me in the back seat and did not speak to me. I had a really bad feeling about it which worsened when one of them pulled out a black ski mask. As soon as I saw that I got out. The next two rides after that were awesome and I decided to try to make it to North Dakota. That did not work and I ...
... anyway so I stopped at the air museum. Very interesting to see the air instruments of war until I was reminded of the horrors of war when I saw the wall of dogtags of our men and women that have lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan. What a shame.
Grand Forks – Found the campground, set up, and drove into town. Clean and ...
Glacier National Park was grand. Hiked to Avalanche Lake (6 miles round trip) - WOW ... drove out via Going to the Sun Road - stopped at Logan Pass and hiked to Hidden Lake overlook WOW - and got up close and personal with a family (maybe 8) mountain goats including 3 babies.
Montana drive was scenic and went well. North Dakota drive was a drudge. HUGE oil boom in northeast corner (fracking technology) - roads torn up and lots and lots of trucks - ...
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