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... only ones there. The food wasn't the best either. After dinner, Rylan put his swim trunks on we went to the exercise room and walked on the tread mill for a 1/2 hour. Then Rylan went swimming. They had a mini waterpark there. We didn't leave the pool until 10PM.
... outpost during the settlement of the west
and for providing protection from the Indians.
The park is at the confluence of the Heart and Missouri and there are
many great walking trails and a bike path that runs about 7 miles to the town
of Mandan. Glad I made a reservation
for a Saturday night stay because the park was full except for some primitive
sites. In the evening I ...
... interstate, you take a dirt road about a mile to get to the park. It was such a nice place, we decided to stay an extra night. Good thing we did because, east of us, was a huge, bad storm that we would've been right in the middle of.
Steve and Kim
... of buildings. Several times we saw the equipment backed up to the line of trees. A number of these farms are older and have older out buildings and barns. This contrasts sharply with Iowa where it looked like every farm had new buildings 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 ...
... back to bed! But the road was calling, so we loaded the bikes onto the McIntyre Camry. and Chuck drove us back to Glen Ullin.
It was about 9:30 when we mounted up and took off. It wasn't warm, yet, so although we were wearing our cycling shorts we had on long fingered gloves. We stopped briefly at a minimart for Ann to fill her water bottle with ice (she likes really cold water!). Then we were out onto old Highway 10 again. ...