El Rancho Motor Hotel
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... especially harsh winter and the Mandan Chief who befriended the
Corp’s and helped them out said “If we eat you shall eat. If we starve you must
There is a huge statue of Seaman on the river bank by the
fort and another photo op for my not-so famous mutt.
The nearby Mandan and Hidatsa Indian villages were a major
trading center of ...
... into the RV, putting some stuff away, blah, blah, blah...we finally managed to get underway around noon. We are headed into Montana and may stay there a day or two before we head for home. We still have an awning problem that needs to be looked at before we can do any more trips, so we may as well get home and get the rig in to repair that. We have an extended warrantee that should cover that repair... Stopped in Culbertson, MT to get ...
We are sitting in a large truck parking lot outside the Interstate Power Systems shop. They can't look at the RV till Thursday and then if they have to order parts, who knows...so we have had to quickly come up with an alternate plan. Here's our plan B... We have bought one way tickets to Toronto for Josh, Mel and Bronwyn. They leave tomorrow at 6am Josh's. Dad will pick them up at the airport and they ...
... I'm more of a North Dakota sort of guy. For some reason North Dakota feels much more like home. Go figure. Today we drove all day. We went from Bemidgi, MN. to Williston, ND. That's pretty much the full width of North Dakota. The weather was a bit cooler today and the Mini ran just fine all day. Highway 2 has become a four lane divided road. Not quite a freeway since there are crossroads and lots of gravel roads leading to ...
... the ESC. US 2 was a very boring drive through lots of agricultural and some livestock fields until we got to the western part of ND. Then the oil drilling began. We had heard about it but were still amazed at the extent of temporary housing brought in. It was like a small city was growing up and very quickly. It was interesting to see a completed drill platform in the middle of a field that did ...