Candlewood Suites Bismarck
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... only ones there. The food wasn't the best either. After dinner, Rylan put his swim trunks on we went to the exercise room and walked on the tread mill for a 1/2 hour. Then Rylan went swimming. They had a mini waterpark there. We didn't leave the pool until 10PM.
... were able to make a U-turn in their tiny parking lot and stopped along the side.
As soon as we stopped we saw Seaman's statue near the Missouri River. Very moving.
For many years the name of the dog was thought to be "Scannon". While deciphering the travel journals of ...
... more salt and pepper; and could have used more of the hamburger filling; but overall good and filling. Both Peg and I had the soup of the day, Knoephla. This was a cream soup with bacon, potatoes and small (bean sized) dumplings. Peg had the country fried steak and said it was the best she had ever had.
After lunch we went to a restoration of Fort Mandan which L & C named in honor of the local tribe. They wintered there with a garrison of + or – 44 men, some left ...
... had been engaged 31 years ago and had broken up. They both had married others and each had two children by those marriages. Their respective spouses had died and the lady had heard that her previous fiancÚ had also died. Earlier this year he, not being dead, was watching a band at a bar in International Falls MN due to his interest in music. He walked up and was talking to a band member. The young man identified himself and told the man that he had taught him to play guitar when he was ...
... to fuse the power lines together. Dangerous work! The custodian then wished us Happy Canada Day, and inquired about how the folks in Calgary were coping with the flood again. damage. We thought that was awfully nice... We learned about how wagon trains would travel through the coulees (river valleys) up to Fargo and the Red River, in an effort to break or bypass the Hudson Bay Company's monopoly on trade, even that far south. The wheels weren't greased, so ...