Candlewood Suites Bismarck
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... tour a replica earth lodge. Of interest to us they had two saddles – basically an open frame with stirrups.
From the historic sites we started a road tour that took us up to the Sacagawea Lake a large body of water created by a dam that we drove over. We then took back roads home including some gravel roads. We did have a slight detour when I followed a gravel toad right into a farmer's field of corn.
For critters we saw two ring necked pheasants, a bald eagle, and a ...
... and houses. None appeared to be more than 20 or 30 years old.
We got into Bismarck about 4:00 and set up camp. As we were in a camp without sewer last night I started to drain our tanks. When I went around the camper to get something out of the storage bin I discovered our gray water over flowing the septic hook up. Got it shut off and let the manager know. As it was Sunday, and he would not be able to get a plumber to look at it, he asked us to re hook and move ...
North Dakota - "Legendary."
Just couldn't believe how flat the country is in North Dakota. Flat prairie land everywhere converted to enormous farms for cropping or ranching. A huge State but only about 700,000 people live in it. Great traveling the roads as you see bison, wolf/coyote (not sure which), deer and elk. Oil drilling has taken off on the western side of Nth Dakota with wells all along the side of the roads.
... we loaded up the bikes and headed back to Mandan.
On the ride this morning, I had noticed that I definitely had less lung capacity going up the hills, and it felt a bit like breathing through water, but I wasn’t sure how much the humidity contributed to that. But Dave and I both thought it wise to take some of our free afternoon and get me to a doctor to have it checked out. We found a walk-in clinic on the north side of ...
... like in the movie, the terrain near Fargo, and in the rest of North Dakota is pretty darned flat, prairie all the way. Bismarck,where we stayed the night, is the capital city of North Dakota. The town site was originally noted by the Lewis and Clark expedition and named Edwinton after the Chief Engineer for the Northern Pacific Railway. The name was changed to Bismarck in honour of Chancellor Otto Von Bismarck in the hopes of attracting German investment. ...