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... stopped at a couple of rest areas and enjoyed taking a walk and geocaching. We had a forced stop just off I-94W to tighten the left side mirror which wad threatenting to blow off the RV. We made it to Bismarck, ND aournd 4:45PM with 403 miles knocked off this leg of the trip. It was good to stop at the Bismarck KOA! ...
Today was a cool and very wet day in the Bismarck area. We toured the State Capitol building including the Roughrider Gallery...portraits of famous North Dakotans. We also toured the beautiful North Dakota Heritage Center. Due to the rain we passed on our planned Lewis & Clark Riverboat Cruise and headed to Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park where we toured in the rain then happily stopped to camp for the night. Tomorrow we leave for ...
... Roosevelt National Park and the Painted Canyon, which were so pretty, but the northern part of T.R.N.P. was well after well of oil tracking wells all along the highway. I didn't know that something so ugly would be allowed in a National Park. Sad, very sad.
And then, welcome to North Dakota.
We stayed at the Prairie ...
... 9:59 pm: that is one flat looking lake.
10:01 pm: yeah I know sad thing is across the road on the other side its the same, there are thousands of lakes like that Tick tock
10:03 pm: Did you see ...
... and there were pretty yellow flowers all along the edge of the road, too.
The goal was to get to Bismarck, ND tonight, so we pretty much drove straight through just enjoying the scenery. We have been spoiled by having the Olympics on every night, so we try to be all set up at our campsite when they start and we eat dinner watching them. It is a little harder now that we are in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center