Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Dickinson
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... in these parts? With our hunger cutting in and no food at hand we were forced to enter a cafe on route to satisfy our need for calories. We entered with high hopes at 11.30am (12.30pm?) and were advised that any egg based meal was not available after 10 am, so we had to order off the burger menu. As this advice was being dispensed a handful of plates were delivered to adjacent table containing all manner of egg based meals ie. ...
... to the extreme cold and altitude, despite being the middle of summer there was still huge ice blocks dotted around the landscape.
The road is hugely popular with motorcyclists and we were stuck behind a pack for almost the entire drive. It was scary enough just watching them maneuver their big Harley's around these tight corners let alone be doing it. Our pace was barely 25 mph for the whole 100 mile leg.
Once we reached the town of Red ...
... But on the inside it was as ornate and beautiful as any other capitol building that I have been to.
We stopped for food outside of Fargo and in Dickinson. At both restaurants, we ended up seeing the same family. What are the chances of both cars stopping at the same restaurants over 200 miles apart!
To finish our day we had some home grown corn at the hotel. Yum!
Stopped overnight in this park, which is absolutely HUGE, with a whole section of mobile homes, and large RV sections, mostly filled with oilfield workers. Very nice park, but very plain - 50 amp service is great in this hot weather, though!
Tomorrow, on to Jamestown, ND.
... well into the afternoon!
But all good things come to an end and my time with the congregation at Dickinson was over as I moved on in my journey. But today I received a message from Ashley about the hall where he and Amelia have been seen frequently of late.
This is at Kempston in England. Ashley's e.mail challenged to notice differences, I have mentioned the lack of windows (as in America), but there's also no portico as we're used to at ...