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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Dickinson
Good, Clean Hotel. Mostly Oil Drilling guys staying at all the hotels in the area. Dickinson is a real oil boom town
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This morning we bid a sad goodby to the Spearfish Canyon Lodge. We really liked that place and will miss the spectacular views. It was 53 degrees when we left, but the forecast was for the mid 80's, and sure enough in the first hour, the temperature rose over 20 degrees. We were headed to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora, North …
... s Center had a good movie showing how it came about and lots of exhibits about "Teddy" himself. The park is a about a 31-mile car tour where you drive around, take hikes, stop at pull outs...that sort of thing. ...
... They drove ahead and stopped at about 5 and ten miles to make sure we were doing OK. After thumbs up from us, they went on to Medora, where we were expecting to take a break.
We knew that today would have some hills, but the first part wasn’t bad – they were fairly gentle. We stopped at the top of one when an older lady came out from her farm house, and we asked if the winds were typically from the Southeast. She said ...
... and admired that carving, started in 1948!! But we were hungry and wanted PIE! The Purple Pie Place did not disappoint- great spot in Custer, South Dakota. Lots more driving to get us to North Dakota.. and while there isn't alot there, we wanted to see the area Ed's Grandmother was from. We were lucky his father could recall the town. Bowman is very small, and just over the South Dakota border. Tomorrow we head to Fargo - anyone remember seeing that ...
... view turned brown and flat. We drove through the city of Billings, Montana's capital and biggest city. It can only be described as ugly, obviously a key distribution and processing point for the surrounding farmlands and hugely industrial. Don't get me wrong, Montana is the most beautiful state we have driven through with stunning nature, craggy mountain ranges and prairie lands, the towns and cities however do not live up to the surroundings.