Travel Blogs from Bismarck
... high snow in dress shoes, actually slid past on of my exits on the interstate!, and the last night of the trip the forecast low was -20 degrees in Grand Forks, ND (it only got down to -10, fortunately). I arrived home very late that Friday night, which was my birthday. Ah, good times.
So anyway, it was interesting to see actually see the ground in North Dakota this time – that was a first for me!
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 ...
... X lines( the ones that bring power to MN from the ND coal mines. )
8:52 pm: The prison is a sobering picture. It looked very lonely sitting in that big field.
8:53 pm: Yeah it is exhausting but fun I'm ...
We left our campsite at Chippawa falls Wisconsin we breezed though Minnesota saw lots of lakes. We took the long way around Minneapolis Lots of construction on the roads there.
Finally back on I 94 heading to Bismarck. At one of the rest stops I finally saw ...
... offering $25,000 cubes for sale; 80 square feet of “temporary housing,” with two bunks, a flat-screen TV, a refrigerator, and a fold-out table inside. Workers need to be housed, and major oil companies are renting entire floors of hotels and apartments in the area. They are also building “man-camps” to meet the need. Man-camps are pretty much what you’d think – a place to sleep, and a place to eat, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility