Grand Inn Fargo
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... drivers can be. There, they don't honk at you, cut you off, or refuse to let you in. They will let you go before them even when traffic is the absolute worst. It’s a good lesson for us all. (Annette, my good friend in Little Rock, if you are reading this, it is a compliment to you and your neighbors.)
The road before us was straight and flat, like two parallel lines stretching away and reaching and then fading into the horizon. And we pursued ...
... Stop: Rancho Motel and RV Park located in the "blink of an eye" Wolf Point, MT on Rt. 2.. Other than looking like a place where you want to stay indoors and keep your doors locked, it provided the only RV refuge within 50 miles in the middle of nowhere. The people here were rough looking but only hand working folks or people passing thru, like us.
Sunday, We got to our destination of Downstream Campground located in Fort Peck, MT.
This entry is only to keep my map current. We came across the eastern part of North Dakota, past Fargo and into Minnesota where we stayed at a great city park for the night. All grass and, with ************e there, peaceful.
I went for a run in the morning and then we headed across Minnesota towards Duluth...past ALL those lakes in Minnesota! So many of them.
... grain silos can be seen everywhere.
Scotty got his new tyre fitted and we do the last 70 miles or so to Fargo on the interstate so a quick journey.
And yes you have guessed it we are in a Super 8 again. But I have virtually a room to myself.
Jim our mechanic and breakdown truck driver is flying back tomorrow, so we have a get together in a local bar to give him a send off.
... myself at the front door of Subway. Food and AC. The girls soon joined me for dinner, then we checked into our newly renovated suite at Fargo's MainStay Suites. Fargo is North Dakota's largest city; population: 113,658 and it is chocked full of cultural, recreational, business ...