Rough Riders Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Medora
... and putting their four ways on - not sure why we also reduce speed and then it is clear. The rain begins to pour down on the wind shield - to the point that even the wipers on full speed can not keep it clear. We also reduce our speed and and put the four ways on. There is no thunder - or if there is with no mountains to echo off of it is a sound my ears don't register, but there is lightning and it is forking down around us. It hits a power line in the field next to us. ...
... of the Park, we could see an oil rig working away just outside the fenced boundary and as soon as we drove out, there was more evidence along the highway of the oil fracking boom going on in western North Dakota. We also saw many "man camps" used to house the workers for the fracking boom. Many unknowns remain as to the long-term effects and environmental risks of fracking and the impacts it may have on our natural resources.
We awakened to sunshine and blue skies on our first day in North Dakota. Our campsite wasn't all that beautiful, but the surrounding area is amazing. The small town of Medora has a rich history which is documented on numerous interpretive panels. I enjoyed walking around the town through the historic buildings and shops. The summer season is winding down and things were pretty quiet. A trip through Theodore Roosevelt National Park was on ...
... from their draft. A wonderful day in the saddle, a far cry from my hellish torture of yesterday!
My stopping point today was in Beach, ND where I met up with the team at Subway for lunch. Maura wanted to drive into Medora, a very cool Western tourist town at ...