Ramada Bismarck Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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North Dakota - "Legendary."
Just couldn't believe how flat the country is in North Dakota. Flat prairie land everywhere converted to enormous farms for cropping or ranching. A huge State but only about 700,000 people live in it. Great traveling the roads as you see bison, wolf/coyote (not sure which), deer and elk. Oil drilling has taken off on the western side of Nth Dakota with wells all along the side of the roads.
... 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, ...
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 ...
Today was a cool and very wet day in the Bismarck area. We toured the State Capitol building including the Roughrider Gallery...portraits of famous North Dakotans. We also toured the beautiful North Dakota Heritage Center. Due to the rain we passed on our planned Lewis & Clark Riverboat Cruise and headed to Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park where we toured in the rain then happily stopped to camp for the night. Tomorrow we leave for ...
... found the answer to my question “Why so high?” It’s Williston, North Dakota, some 200 miles northwest of here. Williston is called Kuwait on the Prairie now, where 100 new oil wells are drilled every day by some 150 oil companies that have come here since 2006. Sister, there’s an oil boom going on.
The numbers are staggering. Over 200 drilling rigs are punching holes in the earth; each rig brings about ...