Motel 6 Bismarck
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July 18, 2015 (LC westbound equivalent Oct. 8-20, 1804)
A short day of about 120 miles from Mobridge SD to Bismarck
ND where I stopped at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park just a few miles south of
Bismarck. Not noted for anything to do
with LC but was the last home of General Custer before his fateful meeting with
Sitting Bull at the Little Bighorn.
Fort Lincoln was ...
... and we started up again under warmer and sunnier skies. Shortly thereafter, we took off our jackets and long finger gloves. Chuck and Laura were bringing us lunch and we agreed to meet about 12 miles ahead. After about 50 minutes they passed by us and drove ahead to find a suitable lunch spot. Chuck, being the person he is, stopped at a house and asked the residents if he could set up lunch in their field for a couple cross ...
We continued our travels east making a quick stop in the state capital of North Dakota Bismarck. The day we arrived the temperature was 90°. The day we ventured to the capital a cold front moved down from Canada dropping the temperature for the days high at 50 degrees with pouring rain. So I was unable to ...
... a complimentary buffet with chicken and pasta and meatballs and beer and wine and soft drinks. We had enough that we decided to stay in and add some of the cheese and crackers we still had from our Trader Joe's stop in Ann Arbor. We did go out before sunset to find a drive-through car wash and as a bonus we found a park where we walked and let the dogs run and play.
Low key but delightful.
Today's trip took me up South Dakota to North Dakota. The road was a two-lane with little opportunity to pull off. I had the same type of situation yesterday. I set my camera shutter speed to fast and shot photos out the window. The photos are actually not bad.
I've shared a few of these "drive by" photos taken this morning showing rain in the distance. Like many parts of the country this area needs every bit it can get. ...