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... Paul was at 3:47 PM. It was a one hour flight. We had a 2.5 hours layover.
We left MSP at 7:15 PM and landed in WDC around 10:20 PM. We got home a little after 11 PM. The taxi line was incredible but we got a taxi pretty quick. We played with Roger until midnight.
Overall, we drove 2,825 miles from Fargo, ND into Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, and then to Wahpeton, ND. The trip was phenomenal. It was great seeing Joel's cousins from the Petrich side of the ...
We ran into Harlan at breakfast. We asked about the person in prison who was his nephew. After breakfast, we walked around downtown Wahpeton. We walked into the Red Door Gallery. Interesting exhibition. It was a rural America theme.
We went to Hankinson for their Oktoberfest. It's small town America. Everyone seems to know everyone. There was a band member that looked like Guy Fieri from the food network ...
Day two of the cousins reunion. We woke up around 7 AM and had breakfast at the hotel. We headed out to downtown Rosholt. We drove through main street to see if there were any changes. There were no changes since Joel's last visit in 2013. Then, we visited Joel's parents and brother's grave sites. Joel cleared some of the weeds around the headstones. He cried because he missed them. On the way back to Wahpeton, we stopped by Paul and Lana Sands' home. ...
Another long travel day. We left Custer SD around 7:30 AM and headed to Wall Drug for breakfast. We got to Wall Drug around 9 AM. Much quicker than anticipated. We walked around a little after breakfast and then headed to Pierre to see the State Capitol. We drove through the Badlands and saw amazing hills, mountains, and flatlands. We got pictures of some rams and prairie dogs.
We stopped at ...
... my head as anyone, and because of that, I come into this endeavor with little presumption towards writing something revelatory or interesting, just as I've yet to find an interesting student travel blog. Instead, I just want to write about what I've seen and done every time I write.
I want to be able to remember what I've done and where I've been whenever I read this in the future. Whatever I make of ...