Ramada Grand Dakota Hotel Dickinson
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We made it this far because the roads were good and speed limit was 75mph. Not too many people on the road. The beginning of North Dakota was similar to Indiana but as we went further west it became hilly with many pretty green mounds for miles. Now we are on our way to Teddy Roosevelt National Park south unit. Hope to see wild horses and other animals..
We made good time as the speed limit is 75mph most of the way. The beginning of North Dakota is similar to Indiana but then turns to hills and mounds. Very pretty terrain. About 30 minutes from Montana and on our way to Teddy Roosevelt National Park, south Unit.
... not crowded at all so it made it very peaceful to take in the vistas. We never took any of the hikes as it was getting warm but that looked like a great way to experience the park even more.
... It was like eating Orlando food again.
Tomorrow we heading back to South Dakota for three nights in Keystone, SD right outside Mount Rushmore. The weather has been warming up, with most of this afternoon in the mid 80's. There is some chance of rain tomorrow as we make our way back through the nothingness of US-85S.
293.7 miles today
4095.6 miles total
8.504 gallons today
104.34 gallons total
... from every direction! We were making about 11.5 mph - disappointingly slow. But we were determined to continue.
There was a drainage to our right, and the railroad tracks ran along it, while the road we were on was off to the north side a ways. We had expected some downhill into Theodore Roosevelt National Park and Medora, (knowing that a climb out the other side would follow) but it never seemed to materialize. Headwinds ...