Expressway Inn of Bismarck
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... space was reserved for someone coming in that evening from Illinois. So we had to move to another spot just a couple spaces down, which took most of an hour. It was nearly 4:00 and had grown hot and muggy by the time we were able to head up to Fort Abraham Lincoln to sightsee.
Built in 1872 as Fort McKean, it had originally been an infantry post against the Indians. But infantry proved ineffective, so cavalry was moved in late that ...
... up the short road to the cemetery, some cattle in the adjacent field saw us and started heading our way. Before long, they were bunched in the (fenced) corner, near where we had left our bikes. They were clearly expecting that we had something for them. They were in a field full of grass, but ambulatory people must be a Pavlovian signal to them that something better will be forthcoming! We disappointed them!
We continued on ...
... after that. I will never hear the end of this.
It was an amazing weekend hanging out with some dear friends who pastor an International Church here in Bismarck. Mic and Veronica and their kids are amazing! The bilingual service was in both English and Spanish. It was so much fun to worship in a foreign language and made my heart long more for Romania. This family has planted ...
... see in a few days. Bozeman is about 4,800 feet.
We arrive at the KOA in Bismarck, just a mile north of I-94, start setting up, across from us is a Monaco Diplomat coach. Then I notice the "American RV" decal. We headed over to chat and sure enough he bought it from the same dealer in Grand Rapids, MI. Had a great discussion and find that quite a coincidence we would cross paths in Bismarck, ...
... 8217;m definitely in the Great Plains now, the area surrounding Bismarck is flat and nearly treeless. You get views for miles, though there's really not much to look at (go figure). Farming is big here. Like, that's pretty much all there is. During parts of the trip today it was possible to imagine what it looked like 200 years ago when the boys were working their way up the river. I’m looking forward to ...