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... at least a decade ahead of the locals at all times. The day started poorly as we headed to Walmart to buy picnic provisions for the day. With a huge sign stating that it was a 24/7 store we attempted to enter at 11am.....or was it 12pm? Who knows? Anyway we were greeted at the sliding door by a 400 pound sales clerk sitting like Humpty Dumpty on his wall, who cheerily advised us that state law prohibited the store opening until midday. After ...
... of the day put a protection order on them and re-planted the remaining herd to Yellowstone...where we saw their descendants over the past couple of days. Even today there are less than 30k bison left.
We stopped in at the visitor centre in Medora to get some more info on the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. We spotted his cabin where he spent a few months repairing his broken heart after the sudden death of his wife and mother within hours of ...
Stopped overnight in this park, which is absolutely HUGE, with a whole section of mobile homes, and large RV sections, mostly filled with oilfield workers. Very nice park, but very plain - 50 amp service is great in this hot weather, though!
Tomorrow, on to Jamestown, ND.
... an email asking to phone me to make arrangements.
Tim duly phoned. He was still in Columbus, family affairs having kept him there unexpectedly. But what he did next truly shows the wonders of our worldwide brotherhood.
He gave my number to one of the other brothers, who called me so I could arrange to be at his place early on Sunday to shower and prepare for the meeting. Ken and his wife Laurel were a delight to meet, though a family commitment meant ...
... city in Montana, a city filled with refineries, and homes and places of business unlike we had seen in Montana, yet.
We crossed the border into North Dakota and right into the Painted Canyon, where the round-topped hills rise from dark green carpets that grow up the sides of the hills to meet yellow rock faces with pink tops, like strawberry jam on an ice cream sundae. And the sign said Home on the Range.
We arrived in Dickinson around 4:30 PM and 81 ...