Holiday Inn Express Devils Lake
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... so you don't know anybody here, huh?" and we looked up to see Diane Hall, one of our neighbors from A Street at Countryside in Apache Junction, AZ! What a surprise - and she and Harlan weren't even staying there (they no longer have an RV - just live in their park model in AJ). They were there having dinner with family, just passing through! What a small world!
... smaller and when I went to photograph it I realized it must not be alive as it did not retreat into its home on its back as the other one did when it got to the side of the road and I was standing over it.
The road we entered Fargo didn't even indicate we had crossed into North Dakota. Moorhead is on the Minnesota side and it blurs right into Fargo from what we could tell. After Fargo our destination was a Passport America campground in ...
... it did open. The only thing it had going for it was gas stations. There were a lot of those.
We stopped for the night in Turtle River State Park. A gorgeous little place way off in the woods. It is just outside a city called Arvilla which is located just west of Grand Forks. Our last night in North Dakota looks to be peaceful and beautiful.
... realized that we made the wrong turn. The RV can't back up with the car attached so we once again disconnected and this time, since we were so close to the campground we decided not to hook up the car again...Ron took the RV and headed off and I got into the car...that is when I realized that the cover we keep on the car to protect it from rocks and dirt when we pull it behind the RV blocks the lights and Ron was gone way ahead of me and part of the canoe strapping made ...
... a route suggested by the local tourist center. The local history museum was unfortunately closed but right next to it was a War Memorial. I continue to be amazed to see how well-kept these War Memorials in small towns across the U.S. are. It's sobering to see how many young men went to far-away places to fight for (mostly) other peoples' freedom (WW1, WW2, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq) and perished there.