Red River Lodge & Suites
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If you take a map of the U.S. and fold it in half, right in the crease will be Fargo. The brother to the fabulous places on Earth. It felt like one of the coldest places on the continent when I was there. I was told it was a hot place but not today. It was a gold autumn day and there were a lot of towns.
So since last time I wrote I've worked myself over to Fargo, North Dakota, which is as close to Sisseton (where I spent my exchange year 99-00) as I'll get on this trip, but still feels like home away from home (which honestly Minneapolis does too).
I got to spend some more time with April and Chester last night (and got to meet Aprisl mom, and …
Drove northwest for 520 miles which was evenly divided between Wisconsin and Minnesota. A lot of farms in Wisconsin but surprised we didn't see more cows in the Dairy State. Crossed the Mississippi into the eastern suburbs of St Paul at noon. Had good views of the dome of the capital in St Paul and the Minneapolis skyline. For a long stretch in western Minnesota watched construction ...
Hi! I start this phase of my trip in North Dakota. A large state with a small population. The eastern side of N.D. is very flat, very green, and very featureless. Mostly grassland and farms, pleasant to look at but nothing exciting. The western portion has more features with hills, buttes, and ravines. It is also home to the northern badlands, which are not nearly as formidable as the southern ones. Best of all, it contains my next Nat. ...
Change of plans today, severe weather forecast of hail & high winds in Minot ND, where we intended to spend 2 nights, therefore we decided to go due north into Canada, border crossing was uneventful, Canadian roads however very eventful, terrible roads, we literally had nuts & bolts falling as ...
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