Ramada Bismarck Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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, ...
... and we started up again under warmer and sunnier skies. Shortly thereafter, we took off our jackets and long finger gloves. Chuck and Laura were bringing us lunch and we agreed to meet about 12 miles ahead. After about 50 minutes they passed by us and drove ahead to find a suitable lunch spot. Chuck, being the person he is, stopped at a house and asked the residents if he could set up lunch in their field for a couple cross ...
... to welcome ourselves in North Dakota. Well we almost had to find a medic as she nearly took a tumble off her resting point. Her momma was quick at the draw and caught her before any permanent damage. Tried to get a picture of Amelia with the American flag to show her patriotism and love for America especially on this Memorial day weekend.
Driving through North Dakota was kind ...
... to the state; another 10,000 jobs are created to lay pipe to producing wells and build the structures needed. In a state with only 670,000 people, that’s a huge impact. Some estimates predict that western North Dakota could have as many as 48,000 new wells. This oil-boom comes from a rock formation called the Bakken; it’s about the size of West Virginia and covers a third of North Dakota. The US Geological Survey determined ...
We woke up again to rain today, but not too hard, so off we went. We're driving straight west through Minnesota today. During the drive, the scenery changed from pine trees and woods to large farms on rolling hills. Just about noon, the sun came out to make another beautiful day in mid-America. We drove by fields of sunflowers - who knew North Dakota was a major producer of sunflower seeds - ...