Radisson Hotel Bismarck
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... of town, where we had our first hill – a pretty good one, too. But the path was good, and we surmounted it with no real problems. At the top was the University of Mary, an odd name, but a pretty setting. Then we rolled along gently down and up and level for another 27+ miles. It was beautiful! Now and then the views would open up down into the Missouri River valley. There were several deciduous forests along the ridge where we rode, ...
... coming along shortly. The older couple seemed quite happy to allow this, and we pulled off the road into their field and had lunch in our camp chairs, nestled out of the wind between the lilacs the woman's mother in law had planted years ago. These lilac hedges were huge! But it blocked the wind and let us sit in the sunlight for lunch. We refueled with sandwiches and leftovers from dinner last night, and after we mounted the ...
Miles Driven: 250
Total miles driven to date on road trip: 2,200 (13 days)
States visited: (4) Oregon, Washington, Montana, North Dakota
Friday evening I rolled into North Dakota, or maybe it was more like blew in. The wind gust was a bit of a concern and driving at 75 mph (this was legal folks) it was all hands on deck. Once over the border Amelia and I took a break to get ...
... we saw a helicopter hovering next to one of the poles. Closer up, we could see a lineman actually hanging out of the copter, and stringing the power line! Astounding. This is part of a large project that will transport electricity from coal-fired burners and wind farms in N. Dakota along the grid to Minneapolis. Later, we pulled into a rest stop, where the friendly custodian told us the flying linemen actually set off small explosions at each post ...
... got gas and then went through a swarm).
At Jamestown we saw the worlds largest buffalo. They really like their big statues here!
We had a nice picnic lunch at a rests top about 45 mi from Fargo. When we got to Fargo we went straight to the visitor info centre to find info on a campground. They have a building built n the shape of a grain elevator and inside have the movie prop of the wood chopper from the movie Fargo. We took pictures and the ...