Howard Johnson Inn - West Fargo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from West Fargo
... brother lived first in MN. We ate on the beach and the kids splashed around a bit. Now we are on our way to Fargo, North Dakota. Ya know. We just stopped for a bathroom run next to a neat picture spot with a big buffalo, a teepee and a little log cabinny thing. Ended up being the site of one of the continental divides where, basically, the water on the continent flows one way to one body of water and the other way to another body of ...
Drove northwest for 520 miles which was evenly divided between Wisconsin and Minnesota. A lot of farms in Wisconsin but surprised we didn't see more cows in the Dairy State. Crossed the Mississippi into the eastern suburbs of St Paul at noon. Had good views of the dome of the capital in St Paul and the Minneapolis skyline. For a long stretch in western Minnesota watched construction ...
... spectacular, but the whole park was very pretty, with a 36 mile scenic drive. I was able to see a number of large prairie dog colonies, numerous buffalo, and got my first look at wild horses. My personal highlight was cruising along at about 2 miles an hour behind a rather large buffalo who decided to take a stroll down the middle of the road. It lasted for about 10 minutes and I found it quite amusing. That's all for now, talk again down the ...
Change of plans today, severe weather forecast of hail & high winds in Minot ND, where we intended to spend 2 nights, therefore we decided to go due north into Canada, border crossing was uneventful, Canadian roads however very eventful, terrible roads, we literally had nuts & bolts falling as ...
... turtles, deer, squirrels, butterflies – I saw them all in their state of demise along the roadsides. Sometimes I biked around their decayed carcasses.
But even more abundant is road LIFE, especially if one chooses to look for the wonders unseen through a fast-moving car window. Often I dismounted and set the kickstand of my bike to shimmy down a steep ditch and marvel at some tiny, hidden flower patch covered by tall grass. When ...