North Country Inn and Suites
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We continued our travels east making a quick stop in the state capital of North Dakota Bismarck. The day we arrived the temperature was 90°. The day we ventured to the capital a cold front moved down from Canada dropping the temperature for the days high at 50 degrees with pouring rain. So I was unable to ...
We then drove down by the Missouri river to several parks along he shoreline. Then a trip to Sams and Walmart before heading home.
Ritchie got a text from her friend who live in Fort Collins, Dave and Maureen McLeod. We have know them for years as she and Ritchie were in a bible study. She also worked at Munson. They are on there way to Bismarck for a wedding so we are going to meet them for breakfast tomorrow morning before we leave town. ...
... both agreed that Chad Neff and his crew at American RV are the best.
On another note. Bill James and I discussed my cutting board wows. My nice cutting board is warping. Bill offered a few suggestions so a thought crossed the noodle and so I turned it over for a day over the open sink and. . . it's straight again. Great minds folks.
Dinner in the coach as it's too hot to eat outside.
... a handicapped bathroom, with a huge shower with no step and complete with medi chair for the shower....hmmmm. Tonight for supper we went out for a walk in search of a restaurant that Ron had found online...and we could not find it...because it had changed hands and had a new name...which we found out when we gave up and just went in to the one closest to our motel...and it was the one we went searching for...so we walked an extra few kms...but that was a good ...
From St Cloud we headed northwest toward Bismarck, North Dakota. It was a beautiful drive through the green hills of Minnesota, still mostly growing corn. We began noticing huge metal poles lying along side the highway, as if they had been felled by a giant metal jack, or perhaps a stink bug infestation! And further on, we saw that the poles were now upright and evenly spaced, but with no wires strung between them. But then, the most exciting thing of all: in ...