Beaver Creek Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... morning, and we rode the couple miles through town easily. The next 9 miles were on I-94, but the shoulders were wide and pretty clean, there was no wind, and we hummed along at a decent pace. The scenery was interesting - conical hills of layered soils/rock of different colors, some of them wind-carved. Gradually it eased out into the rolling hills to which we had become accustomed.
The next stage took us off ...
... the freeway to Beach, North Dakota. Not the most exciting, but it gets us to where we want to be to start next year. There just aren't many paved roads in this part of the country!
The evening was spent swimming in the pool, then eating a good Mexican dinner. I have loaded up on carbs as much as I could at lunch and dinner, and tomorrow we don’t plan to get up before 7:00. I will eat a good breakfast and should be good to ...
... it further along on the trip. We saw Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln immortalized in granite; Mount Rushmore. There, we also stumbled upon a neat presentation of the creation of the mountain (tools used, the trail taken to get to the top of the mountain, men who helped, etc.). I took a photo that makes Kyle look like a fifth head! The number of pictures taken that day is unreal. I'm sure I have every angle of each of their faces on my surface ...
... I use most everything I consume, but it is still frightening. Someone told me that Michael Phelps, that swimmer dude, eats 2000 calories for breakfast, as do I, but I think he's in a lot better shape than I am. It is a great feeling though, looking for food with the most calories, knowing they a) taste the best and b) will burn off by the afternoon. Glendive MT > Beach ND, 39 miles, day ...
... see it at all. Today was hot. I don't know how hot, but memorably hot. The landscape was not quite as bleak as I just described, but with the heat.. I met an Anabaptist today, at least I think I did, if he was real. He was an incredibly nice fellow with a strange accent that I put somewhere between Midwestern and Canadian. He wore overalls and a collared shirt buttoned to the top, and sported a beard. He told me about how ...