Select Inn Dickinson
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... Canyon Scenic Highway US-14A before breakfast at McDonald's in Spearfish. Never want to miss that opportunity!
Except for the last 15 miles on I-94W, the rest of the trip was on US-85N. If you look at a map of the path of US-85N from Spearfish, SD to Medora, ND you will notice that except for a little bend around Bowman, SD it is almost perfectly straight. And that's just what it is, flat and straight with nothing ...
... of the wind. We had not been able to hear each other well, let alone hear the normal nature sounds we have come to enjoy on our rides. The wind overrode everything. I took a photo of Ann spread eagle in the grass. (Later Chuck and I commented that we should title it "Road Kill". Ann preferred “Wind Fall”.) But Ann was determined to ride the whole way today, so after a bit of rest we mounted up again and trudged on. ...
... in these parts? With our hunger cutting in and no food at hand we were forced to enter a cafe on route to satisfy our need for calories. We entered with high hopes at 11.30am (12.30pm?) and were advised that any egg based meal was not available after 10 am, so we had to order off the burger menu. As this advice was being dispensed a handful of plates were delivered to adjacent table containing all manner of egg based meals ie. ...
... But on the inside it was as ornate and beautiful as any other capitol building that I have been to.
We stopped for food outside of Fargo and in Dickinson. At both restaurants, we ended up seeing the same family. What are the chances of both cars stopping at the same restaurants over 200 miles apart!
To finish our day we had some home grown corn at the hotel. Yum!
... to leave town straight after the meeting.
That being t he case, Tim called me and told me that one of the brothers would approach me at the meeting and tell me he was taking me to lunch afterwards! On top of that, a Spanish-speaking study of Tim's would approach me to introduce himself, he's now an unbaptised publisher and helps confirm that there is still plenty of interest out there in the field.
But what of the hall? Click on the pics for a ...