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We took a small side trip today to Bismarck, ND. At the state capital there is a free museum that highlights things from North Dakota. There are displays from fossils up to the present day. It is one of the best free museums I have ever been to. Of course, the dinosaurs and mammoth displays were my favorite. I definitely recommend stopping here if you are ever passing through North Dakota.
After a fantastic breakfast we left for Fort Lincoln State Park. Happy to get out of the car we followed some trails. Terrorized by mosquitoes we speeded up the hike to get back to the car ;-). The rest of the day we were on the lookout for the Missouri, fascinated by it's majesty and beauty. Dinner at the local pub ended the day. We have not decided which way we are driving tomorrow, but we're heading for the Black Hills. Pictures will follow and you'll find out which way we ...
... drove on and crossed the border and entered North Dakota. The landscape was filled with oil drilling facilities and trailer parks for the workers. We were happy to arrive in Bismarck where we're staying at Kay's B&B. Now it's time for Apéro and a big ...
... to the state; another 10,000 jobs are created to lay pipe to producing wells and build the structures needed. In a state with only 670,000 people, that’s a huge impact. Some estimates predict that western North Dakota could have as many as 48,000 new wells. This oil-boom comes from a rock formation called the Bakken; it’s about the size of West Virginia and covers a third of North Dakota. The US Geological Survey determined ...
We woke up again to rain today, but not too hard, so off we went. We're driving straight west through Minnesota today. During the drive, the scenery changed from pine trees and woods to large farms on rolling hills. Just about noon, the sun came out to make another beautiful day in mid-America. We drove by fields of sunflowers - who knew North Dakota was a major producer of sunflower seeds - ...