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... hint: Order Medora Musical tickets ahead of time. Get to Pitchfork fondue a little early before the AARP bus shows up. Restaurants: Pitchfork Fondue
Sorry for the delay in writing if you are a loyal follower. Yesterday we left Medora. Medora was a great place. Thanks to my friend Michelle who suggested it. It is an old western town founded in the late 1800s by a Frenchman and named after his wife. Later Teddy ...
... crossing the prairies of the Mid-West. I as the pilot guiding us across our beautiful countryl...including Amber waves of grain. I hated that song in elementary school music class. All eyes on me. Ugh.
We traveled from Fargo to Bismarck, the state capital, for lunch. About 3 hours. We buzzed by the capital building. They got jipped. The most boooring building. You could pass it and never know that is what it was. ...
... room was a cute teddy bear that had the round glasses like Roosevelt. Paul and I ended up buying one as a fun souvenir of this trip. And it is very cute.
We were told about a show that was going to take place this afternoon by a Theodore Roosevelt actor. So we decided to go. It was a good place to get away from the rain. The actor looked just like him. Paul loves to hear about history, so he loved ...
... several times. Paul had heard that the North Dakota ones are better than the South Dakota ones. Here are some highlights from our great day at Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Ponchos - These were on my packing list at home. Did I actually pack them? NO! So we spent some time before we left town to find some ponchos, just in case. Walmart in Dickinson was sold out of adult sizes, so we found our green ponchos ...
This morning began early again - a normal occurrence on these road trips. We enjoyed our final Cracker Barrel breakfast on this trip that got us fueled for another long day. By the end it will be longer than we had planned but I will save that for later. After breakfast we drove about 30 minutes to Pompey's Pillar. This is a national landmark that tells about the Lewis and Clark expedition. At this location William Clark carved his name and the date into the ...