Quality Inn & Suites Dickinson
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... Bike trail. He has a lot of riding in front of him!
At about 48 miles we took a Coke break. Caffeine is great for bringing some energy for the last part of a ride, especially combined with snacks to keep us fueled. We stopped in the lee of a hillock that had been leveled to make way for the road, and got out of the wind some. We were very tired. It was nice not to have the wind howling in our ears. Conversation had been limited due ...
... to cover for himself. So off we head for he 70 mile drive to the North Unit of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park (TRNP). Yes there are two units of the park, a north and south, not joined together and some 100 miles apart from each other. The second hint that this would be an interesting day was when I overtook a truck and the car following me in the same maneuver was promptly run off the road by said truck. Maybe a one car passing rule exists ...
... some huge statues, otherwise known as touristy stops. The world's largest buffalo, sand hill crane, and cow were seen in the distance. We could have stopped, but we just wanted to keep going.
The time that we did stop to walk around was at the Bismarck Capitol building. It was fun to see another state's most important building. From the outside it looked like a normal ...
... an email asking to phone me to make arrangements.
Tim duly phoned. He was still in Columbus, family affairs having kept him there unexpectedly. But what he did next truly shows the wonders of our worldwide brotherhood.
He gave my number to one of the other brothers, who called me so I could arrange to be at his place early on Sunday to shower and prepare for the meeting. Ken and his wife Laurel were a delight to meet, though a family commitment meant ...