Homewood Suites By Hilton Fargo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... damage. We stopped at Carrington to find someplace to fix the windscreen, but no one was able to do it that day. We were told of a place in Jamestown that would be able to do it, so we drove on and ended up at Larry’s Windscreen Repair at Jamestown. They fixed the chip and we all had a nice chat with the owner of the shop while he did the repair.
We headed up the road to see the largest Buffalo in ...
... that's uneven, let's not.
So I'm staying the night in Fargo, where the murderous, bloody film "Fargo" is set. I have not seen this film, but it WAS filmed here, and I do remember something about the wood chipper scene. Don't look it up. It's one of those things you can't help hearing about on the internet.
It's much nicer than Sioux City, and I'm staying in another Home2 by Hilton, which I highly recommend. I'm in an accessible room, so it's MASSIVE. This is the biggest ...
... black smoke into the sky. It was a bit unnerving, But eventually we worked our way through it and made it out the other side to fair skies and smooth sailing.
Wisconsin provided us with miles of fertile farmland…family farms growing corn and soy beans and wheat and hay…just like yesterday. Occasionally we saw goats grazing in the fields, sheep that had been recently sheered, and cows, Guerneys and Wholesteins…mostly black and ...
... day we were aiming for Theodore Roosevelt State Park and decided to stay in a little Town called Medora – so glad we did. An old and traditional Town which apparently comes to a halt in the Winter as it’s so tough – 35 people remain to keep it ‘alive’, the others leave and return in the Spring. We were fortunate enough to arrive at a time when the Medora Musical was showing and with it was this pitch fork supper – ...
... to mind to pray for.
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“Jaunt with Jim” is a very exhausting but enlivening ride. Biking in the open air offers freedom quite different from a car ride. My world expands with intimate details of nature and its bounty. As I feel the wind on my face and the sun on my back, many mysterious and holy moments of communing with an inner divinity fill me with awe. Sometimes ...