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... 8217;s oil in western North Dakota and it is bringing prosperity to what used to be a sparsely populated area.
Suddenly, out of nowhere, there it was. The Painted Canyon…the bad lands of North Dakota, a preservation of Theodore Roosevelt’s, in a park named after him. My photos do not do justice to the beauty that is the bad lands. The topography is complex in its beauty, with mounds that look like hills of ...
... 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.
We are at the Downstream RV Camp here in Fort Peck, MT, on a gigantic Dam, Lake, Reservoir, located on the Missouri River, 18 miles SE of Glasgow, MT. This is one of the largest lake reservoirs in the world and is mecca for fishermen coming far and near. It is definitely an oasis in this neck of the woods! The lake is about 130 miles long and has a bluff going most of the way around it. There is a vast wildlife preserve here filled ...
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, ...
We booked three nights at a COE campground right near Fort Peck Dam and Lake in Montana. This is our first time at a Corps of Engineer's park. Electric only. They had water to fill up our tanks and a dump station but that was it. The park was wonderful. So much room between sites.