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Travel Blogs from Wolf Point
... by the long stretch of highway as it weaved its way west over hill and dale, ever reaching for the horizon.
On the western side of North Dakota we decided to take a break from the path we were on and meander down a country road…the Enchanted Highway…for a few miles where we saw these incredible metal sculptures. The first was Geese in Flight, followed by Deer Crossing, and several others. I found the grasshoppers ...
... the 100 -200 miles that I
typically do in a day.
Lewis on May 7,1805 “…one of the most beautiful plains we have yet seen, it rises gradually from the river bottom to the height of 50 or 60 feet, then becoming level as a bowling green extends back as far as the eye can reach…” Still as verdant today but now the prairie is covered with hay fields.
... bar and animal head collection that blew our minds. Also lots of old farm machinery and other odd equipment. Then there was the iron lung, big fish and doll collections. OK, so it doesn't take much sometimes!!
Today we will visit their interpretive center and museum (lots of dinosaur bones in this area). Love those big guys!
Bob went on a tour of the Dam and hydroelectric plant which wasn't accessible but didn't bother me much!
Today spent most of the day driving. First part of the drive was wonderful, we road along the Rocky Mountains, then took a left and are headed across Montana. Stopped at 2 campsite and both were full on a Wednesday night who would have thought. Found a camping spot at Wolf Point Montana and will be spending the night in luxury we have FULL HOOKUPS. So showers, ...
... little town. Two eggs, sausage, hashbrowns, toast -$7.95. I thought we might make it to Wolf Point without gasing up. Not much to see except miles and miles of miles and miles.
At Malta we stopped to see Elvis. I thought a stop here may save me a visit to Graceland.