Ramada Grand Dakota Hotel Dickinson
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... that opening was in 1 hour and that this was not in fact a 24/7 facility we had to walk away empty handed. It is still not clear to me why this guy was sitting there 1 hour before opening when they simply could have locked the door, my conspiracy theory is that they were perhaps replenishing the shelves after Humpty's breakfast and he was just a tad embarrassed about creating all of this extra work for his co-workers so had set up a human ...
... in NYC in the 1880's.
This stay in Medora was prior to him being President in the early 1900's. The land obviously moved him as one of his first acts as President was to claim these lands as National Parks. In fact he was known as the conservationist President, as he saw the beauty and the need to preserve some of America's natural history...hugely unpopular at the time though we thank him for it today.
Phew another long day.
Stopped overnight in this park, which is absolutely HUGE, with a whole section of mobile homes, and large RV sections, mostly filled with oilfield workers. Very nice park, but very plain - 50 amp service is great in this hot weather, though!
Tomorrow, on to Jamestown, ND.
... the scenary was awesome.....everywhere you looked.
In the distance, Bruce saw a group of wild horses - I think we were the only ones who saw them --- he definitely has good eyes.
Within the next few minutes, we came across a gigantic herd of buffalo grazing along the road side. People were getting out of their cars taking pictures and of course, I did too. I really didn't have to, because they came right by the car. There were so ...
... out of the passenger's seat in the front into the back of the car... where have I seen that before?) and drove to the other end of town to a place called 'Bonanza'... you guessed it, it's a steak house with a Western theme.
We occupied about two and a half hour's of each others' time there, a nice steak lunch with all the trimmings being the centrepoint. "Order whatever you like," he told me, "I can afford it!"
This loving brother, who is presently ...