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... while hunting in North Dakota. He loved the area so much that he decided to start a conservation movement when he became President. He established most of the National Parks in our country today. Another man (?) came in and restored the town and its old hotels to what it is today. Still old feel but with modern amenities.
You can stay at the Rough Riders hotel. Aside from the ghostly boy wandering the halls of the 3rd floor, ...
... We stopped for lunch at Wood House of the "World's Best Hamburgers." You might not wait for the burgers if you eat the salad but the burgers were yummy. It was a dumpy place. They menus were on the wall of each booth with a phone attached. When you are ready, you pick up the phone. Fun for kids. I wouldn't put my face on it. ewww. Elizabeth ordered.
We traveled from there to Medora, ND where we are staying the night. ...
... it. They take steaks and put them on a pitchfork and boil them in oil. Sounds kinda gross. But it tasted so good! We filled our metal trays with a ton of yummy food: beans, baked potato, veggies, garlic bread, fruit, and dessert (I picked donuts). It was raining while we were eating, but there was plenty of space under the roof. We could see the amazing view from our seats, but still not get wet. By the end of ...
... It will be worth it even if you only use it once, because to get into this park it was $10 a vehicle.
Hiking - We drove the 36 mile scenic loop. This is the main road in the park to drive on. It has lots of overlooks to stop at and plenty of easy to moderate trails to hike. We stopped at many of the overlooks to take in the scenery. All of the stops had some great views. Paul and I hiked a few smaller trails by ...
... Montana's Cowboy Town. Maybe another trip. Another hour up the road we stopped in Glendive for a quick lunch at Subway. Subway was packed. We waited in a long line. Apparently there is nothing else to eat in Glendive. We were soon on our way to the North Dakota boarder. The terrain changed in to badlands type with grass, hills, and rock winding around like puzzle pieces. This is also national grasslands area. We arrived at Theodore Roosevelt National Park ...