Lone Tree Inn
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... we walked into town. Quaint little cowboy town with wooden sidewalks and some original 1850's buildings.
Back to the park in the evening for sunset. It was not as good as the previous night, but the wildlife viewing was spectacular. Then the clouds and smoke from the western wildfires blew in. No stars tonight. We will have to come back.
We head for home tomorrow. Five days of driving. We are going to take our ...
... park. It is not as stark as the southern badlands. There are rolling hills, and vegetation. When you entire the park you have entered the wilderness of North Dakota as it has been for many years. We hiked the park in the morning, but the time the park comes alive is in the late afternoon about 2 hours before sunset. We saw more wildlife then than we have see all trip. Villages of Prairie dogs scurrying about for food, feral horses, coyote, bison, birds, mule ...
... hollowed by the erosion of years of water running down the sides, and dressed by soft green grass at their base. The hills are formed of many horizontal striations of color, tan stripes, beige stripes, white stripes, and dusted with pink rock called clinkers, colored and crushed by the heat of underground fires sparked by lightning and grass fires. When I look I see ice cream sundaes with vanilla and chocolate and pistachio ice ...
... city in the USA due to an oil boom. When we pulled into the Walmart we were shocked that it was still open. Apparently it is 24 hours. And we were also shocked at how busy it was. The one other camper turned out to just be shopping and not staying. The traffic of cars coming and go was crazy and everyone seemed to be in a big rush. When the beat up truck with radio blasting hip hop and then a second one came screeching through blasting country we knew this was not the ...
... to Washburn area and the
Cross Ranch State Park. A bit Spartan but served my needs since I wanted to visit the LC Interpretive Center and Fort
Mandan tomorrow which are nearby.
July 20, 2015 (LC westbound
equivalent October 25,1804 to April 7,1805)
The expedition spent the winter and over 150 days at a small
fort they built across the river from ...