Expressway Inn of Bismarck
Travel Blogs from Bismarck
... in the morning: the Missouri River runs through it (which means L&C were here!).
Finished my laundry, grabbed dinner, set up the tent, and now it’s just battling the mosquitoes until bedtime. I'm in a KOA in Bismarck tonight - easily the busiest campground of the trip so far for me. I'm not used to sharing! But it's clean and the people are nice, and I'm not sleeping on rocks tonight. Life is ...
North Dakota is another one of those states that I had never been in. I know its huge, and I know there are parks that we could linger in, but this was day 3 of 5 on our way to British Columbia. We were just passing through. Our brief look at Teddy Roosevelt NP made me want to return. New bucket list item. We also saw evidence of the oil boom, especially in the western regions of the state. I find ...
... the Lewis and Clark Expedition crossed the river there. The new town was called Edwinton, after Edwin Ferry Johnson (1803–1872), engineer-in-chief for the Northern Pacific Railway. In 1873, however, the Northern Pacific Railway renamed the ...
... winged Blackbird. We setup our campsite for the night, Cindy Kassner and her husband a good friend from High school caught up with us, she brought pizza and pop and we sat around a fire eating pizza and chatting, we didn't get to bed til midnight that night.
... out a box of hats that we could put on. Then he took our picture and gave us a card so that we could go to their website and see our photo.
On the way to the campsite we stopped at a mall so that I could try to get the SD card with US city maps for the GPS. Didn't have any luck so I bought a Garmin instead. We will need good directions when we get to the larger cities in the east.
When we got to the campsite we found it was probably 15 spots in ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center