Candlewood Suites Bismarck
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After a fantastic breakfast we left for Fort Lincoln State Park. Happy to get out of the car we followed some trails. Terrorized by mosquitoes we speeded up the hike to get back to the car ;-). The rest of the day we were on the lookout for the Missouri, fascinated by it's majesty and beauty. Dinner at the local pub ended the day. We have not decided which way we are driving tomorrow, but we're heading for the Black Hills. Pictures will follow and you'll find out which way we ...
We left Glasgow later in the morning and had our first stop at Fort Peck. Fort Peck is famous for the big dam built in the 1930's. We continued to the confluence of the Missouri and the Yellowstone rivers (we had left the Yellowstone river a couple of days ...
We continued our travels east making a quick stop in the state capital of North Dakota Bismarck. The day we arrived the temperature was 90°. The day we ventured to the capital a cold front moved down from Canada dropping the temperature for the days high at 50 degrees with pouring rain. So I was unable to ...
... in the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Centre in Washburn. A replica of Fort Mandan is located 4 miles outside the town. The original fort was probably 'swallowed' by the Missouri River in its permanent change of course, and it has never been found.
My internet connection did not work in Cooperstown, so upon arriving in Washburn, I went into the county history museum and asked if they had WiFi. They did ...
... it, right? :)
9:02 pm: Yes plus she will be impressed cuz I even remembered Tick tock
9:03 pm: ha-ha Tick tock
9:57 pm: man made lake on the side of the road werid Tick tock