Fairfield Inn & Suites Bismarck North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the fort was renamed. Gen. George Custer (by this time he was actually a Lieutenant, but having been a Brig. General during the Civil War, he insisted still on the title of General) was the commander, and it was from here that he led the 7th Cavalry west to the Little Big Horn in 1876. A number of buildings have been reconstructed, including the General’s house, and it was a very interesting tour. We also visited the ...
... road and began to feel the extra work that such riding entails. It was as if we were riding with flat tires! And every once in a while your rear wheel would skew out sideways and you'd have to be paying attention to correct for it. Eventually, we got back out onto paved road, and could see the world's largest Holstein! The town of New Salem has a HUGE statue of a Holstein cow on a ridge above town, very visible for a ways from ...
... and minister to many in the hispanic culture. In addition they minister amongst 9 different language groups. They were generous in their love, prayers and support of me and Kidz Romania.
As you can see by the pictures below Amelia just found herself right in the middle of this family and loves them all. She is happy surrounded by people and of course chips and salsa.
... both agreed that Chad Neff and his crew at American RV are the best.
On another note. Bill James and I discussed my cutting board wows. My nice cutting board is warping. Bill offered a few suggestions so a thought crossed the noodle and so I turned it over for a day over the open sink and. . . it's straight again. Great minds folks.
Dinner in the coach as it's too hot to eat outside.
... 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 ...