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We stopped at the huge US Air Force Base on the outskirts of Grand Forks ND. On weekends, visitors are not allowed entry, but we toured the display of aircraft in the garden at the main gate. A rare treat to get up close to some of these famous aircraft.
... had been waiting for 25min. We arrive in Grand Forks around 11am, after having to go through plenty of reduced speed zones due to "pending" construction. We had a late lunch at Paradiso, followed by Cold Stone Creamery in the evening. And for night snack, leftover Paradiso. We scoped out the GFK airport this evening. Cozy little ...
... for 3 hours before giving up and walking to an RV park to set up for the night. Actually while I was walking a guy offered to take me all the way to Devils Lake in the back of his pick up but I declined cause I was beat tired. I slept sound last night. This morning I got a good 80 mile ride into North Dakota where I am now. I am at a diner drinking coffee. One more cup and I am on my way. Scenery... It is FLAT. Wow. I guess it will be like this for a long time. One day at a ...
... patter on the skylights very soothing. Best part is NO leaks that I could find. Fortunately, it stopped before morning otherwise not sure closing up the Aliner would be much fun.
Not a lot to see today. There are miles and miles of flat Farmland. It is wet but some planting is taking place. Traffic has subsided somewhat. Still amazed ...
... of motorhomes - hot, dusty, noisy, upsetting - serene countryside being turned upside down. Triple Hs - hot, hungry and hassled!
Found a nice campground almost on the border - and did a bikeride before we headed out today. Tonight we connect with friend Gretchen in Voyageur National Park.
Laurie and Pete
P.S, Pete posted pictures under previous entry - Rocky Mountain High - learning new ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking