Fairfield Inn & Suites Bismarck South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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July 18, 2015 (LC westbound equivalent Oct. 8-20, 1804)
A short day of about 120 miles from Mobridge SD to Bismarck
ND where I stopped at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park just a few miles south of
Bismarck. Not noted for anything to do
with LC but was the last home of General Custer before his fateful meeting with
Sitting Bull at the Little Bighorn.
Fort Lincoln was ...
... just upriver; it was not the village where Lewis & Clark spent the winter in 1804. That was 60 miles upriver, and by that year, this village had long been abandoned.
Thunder and lightning were threatening from the west, so Laura cooked dinner in the camper and we all sat in their very-spacious tent to eat it. Then we headed into Mandan to use the library’s internet services again. A very charming library, if you’re ever in the ...
... see in a few days. Bozeman is about 4,800 feet.
We arrive at the KOA in Bismarck, just a mile north of I-94, start setting up, across from us is a Monaco Diplomat coach. Then I notice the "American RV" decal. We headed over to chat and sure enough he bought it from the same dealer in Grand Rapids, MI. Had a great discussion and find that quite a coincidence we would cross paths in Bismarck, ...
... 8217;m definitely in the Great Plains now, the area surrounding Bismarck is flat and nearly treeless. You get views for miles, though there's really not much to look at (go figure). Farming is big here. Like, that's pretty much all there is. During parts of the trip today it was possible to imagine what it looked like 200 years ago when the boys were working their way up the river. I’m looking forward to ...
... me now. I took my breakfast ticket to the dining room at 8; ordered up some scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon, toast. The coffee’s hot, the orange juice cold; the cook called out my name. My food is ready; the morning paper’s there for me to read; I’m with the program now. The Scion waited in the parking lot. I’m staying put, and glad I have a place.
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