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... campground (we had no choice). With it being summer, we really learned that you need reservations, especially on a weekend. Lesson learned.
Don't ever stay here if you are in ND - North Park Campground, Dickinson.
We came here to visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Can't wait.
Hope everyone is well and hope you all have a good ...
... 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 ...
... is the largest city I have seen since Seattle, very agricultural, department and home improvement stores, you know suburban without an urban. Arriving in my town for the evening, Ric*******, I went to the bar, thankfully it was open on a Sunday, and had a warm welcome from the locals. Someone bought me a drink, wanted to know what was wrong with me for doing this, the usual. Dinner was at the ...
... a long distance in the State of The Big Sky, where you can see forever.
We headed east on the interstate. To the south, off in the distance, were the Rocky Mountains, where breaks in the cover allowed the early morning sun to shine through and turn the snowy peaks into bright distant lights on the horizon. To the north, we had foothills hugged by the stormy black clouds that were hovering over them. As we moved further east, we began to see breaks in the clouds ...
... this site in other locations in North Dakota and Montana.
It was great to get back to the sunny skies above and temps up to 64F.
Finally got to see some Bison near Jamestown on the I-94. They weren't in the wild but in the fields outside the Buffalo museum. The herd is famous for having three albino's.
We gained another hour with change to Mountain Time as we arrived in Dickinson.