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... a campground, but it seemed like a parking lot where RV's go to die...we did go inside the casino and were amazed at how many people were in there gambling, when the place is pretty much in the middle of nowhere. I suspect many of the rig workers from Williston were spending the weekend and their wages there... Williston is a crazy place these days. It is the centre of the current oil boom in the USA. There are wells, huge tanks and tank farms, pump jacks, ...
For the Independence Day weekend we booked into the Eagle Rock Campground on the shores of the Missouri river. A nice place, 10 km out of town, with lots of shade and privacy. We gave our gas cooker a break for a change as there was a lot of fire wood around. All cooking was done on the fire.
Unfortunately our Independence Day parade was a wash out due to rain. As we where told it is the best parade ...
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 ...
From St Cloud we headed northwest toward Bismarck, North Dakota. It was a beautiful drive through the green hills of Minnesota, still mostly growing corn. We began noticing huge metal poles lying along side the highway, as if they had been felled by a giant metal jack, or perhaps a stink bug infestation! And further on, we saw that the poles were now upright and evenly spaced, but with no wires strung between them. But then, the most exciting thing of all: in ...
... in honor of German chancellor Otto von Bismarck, in hopes of attracting German investment. The discovery of gold in the nearby Black Hills the following year was the real impetus for ...