Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to avoid this because it would have been tough to traverse with a wagon or even a horse!
After the Badlands, I notice more farming and less ranching although cattle is still the main focus you can tell.
Bismarck seemed to be a boundary between cattle and row crop. I begin tosee more corn and soybeans. There is another crop which I can't identify. I think it might be canola but it doesn't look like what ...
Today was a destination drive, meaning we wanted to get to the bottom of Man. and head up. We are going to go to the geographical middle of the North America, which is not to far from where we are. Can't remember the name of the town but will tell you tomorrow. After that we ...
... campsite...one we had stayed in several years ago so we knew what the facilities were like and just as the sun really set (so, now it's nice and dark) we turned onto the road. Some yahoo passed us on the road and sped off ahead of us, a deer jumped out in front of us...but we stopped in time...and then we found the turnoff to the Woodland Resort...I just need to point out that there are no lights on these roads!!! And in trying to turn at what we thought was the ...
... big bronze ox as a symbol. One of the other guys had brought a copy of the Grand Forks Sunday newspaper with a cover story about the rising water levels in the area around Devils Lake in North Dakota. So, after packing the tent, I decided to go there and check out conditions.
The day before, Sunday, I had gone into Bemidji. Not much happens in downtown Bemidji on a Sunday, but I went for a 2 mile ...
... Medicine Lake, we saw a sign warning of sheep in the road; around the next bend, as promised, they were in the road - a half dozen big horned rams, some sporting good sized horns. They were rather scruffy looking and trying to scrape off the remnants of their winter coats on the road's guard rails. No bears were in sight all the way to Maligne Lake, but on the the return trip, we hit the jackpot. First, there appeared a mama ...