Homewood Suites By Hilton Fargo
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... stop was in Milwaukee. At some point, we crossed the Mississippi River, but I was not sure just when that happened. I thought the sign said the Minnesota River, and my research on this is not clear. In any event, we ended up on the other side and at the infamous Mall of America. I could not pass through without experiencing this place. And it is truly amazing. There is even an amusement park inside and I watched some of the rides, which were huge.
... 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.
... accents are exaggerated, while NoDak's have kindly explained to visitors that the movie is about Minnesota. Imagine having to admit that the most famous thing about your city isn't about your city.
But then the city of Fargo, in a brilliant twist of irony (darn tootin'), has acquired the actual woodchipper used in ...
... to build a ship and sail it to Norway. It took him about 9 years from choosing the trees, planing them into boards, etc until the ship was ready to go. A crew of 12 took the ship overland to Duluth, then through Lake Superior and other waterways to New York and finally across to Norway. At least two of his sons and one daughter were crew members. They had a tough time in Lake Superior when a big storm hit. ...