Holiday Inn Fargo
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... outside the border security area. It was about 45 minutes we had to wait for them to get released.
We then drove on through and went through some road works, where they were digging up the entire road. Not long after that, we received a large stone chip in the Ford's windscreen.
We stopped at Harvey to have some lunch and decided to see if we could get the windscreen fixed as soon as possible to ...
... that's practically another country, right?.... I have now been to 40 countries, and 40 U.S. states! Hurray!!! Good thing I passed through Alabama by accident, or the uneven number of 39 would have driven me bananas. Literally. I'd have had to drive all the way across Kansas to get to Oklahoma or something ridiculous. It's ridiculous enough having the big, blank panhandle in the middle of my completed states map. >:( I've been in the musical Oklahoma, can I count that?
Today we had an interesting day, crossing Wisconsin and Minnesota, and landing in Fargo, ND. The day began at 7:55 and 70 degrees with overcast skies. And it wasn't long before the rains came. The skies were threatening and it was clear we had a front passing through. At one point, in addition to the rain, we had a heavy black header with a white stripe below it, a patch of blue peeking through and crooked fingers of gray rising from below like many smoke ...
Resignation. This is going to be a longer trip than we thought.
But we're on the way and things are falling into place! We are seeking the things to be grateful for. And we are grateful that sitting in the exit seats from Fargo to Chicago that we did not have to assist with opening the emergency door.
More to come! Our Korean Air flight is on time, we are having a big $ breakfast across from our gate, and will be in the air in two ...
... we settled into the Fargo campsite to finalise the details of the next two weeks.
We headed across North Dakota, via first stop Cross Ranch State Park, a real back to nature site. The 'boys’ barbequed – Keith is an expert – and fun was had by all. The highlight of the evening was Loraine’s star gazing efforts – she found the best stance was flat on her back, on the picnic table, looking directly skyward!!