North Winds Lodge
- Free airport shuttle
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... of stuffed animals. All the walls were covered and there were 10 full 5 foot high display cabinets with full size elk, bear, deer, beaver, and weasel. The owner and his kids must have had a $100,000 taxidermy bill or did it themselves.
I forgot to mention in yesterday’s entry that as we traveled further north toward Washburn and Stanton we saw numerous huge fields of canola (each probably 40 or 50 acres). This was easy to spot as the entire field was a bright ...
... camera at home!" Then proceeded to take roughly 17 photos from all different angles, even yelling out instructions like "cross your right foot in front of your left - yes!"
Finally walking away, I couldn't help but grin - realizing that I just had my senior pictures taken.
So now I present the photo shoot in it's entirety:
The nail was too close to the sidewall to repair so two new tires. My wallet is floating it is soo... light. The new deal is that the lug nuts have to be readjusted after 50 - 100 miles. It is not easy to find tire stores on the highway - thank goodness for smart phones. Yes I am usually a rule follower. I was supposed to hit a storm in Bismarck. Fortunately it turned north and missed me. I hope all my family and friends in the Chicago area and mid-east coast are okay after your ...
This morning, as we continued north, we saw the "Full Throttle", and then the "Broken Spoke". I had envisioned these biker venues being nearer to Sturgis and the interstate, but they are several miles north of town, especially the Broken Spoke. Also, they are huge!
Today was a major milestone for us and the "nude Alfa". This was the day that we crossed into North Dakota which meant that we could now proclaim that we have ...
... on a grid of about 1 mile or so between each
well. I stopped at the Missouri-Yellowstone River Confluence Interpretive Center and the Fort Hudson National Historic Site as a concluding stop on my LC eastbound trip. Since Clark met up with Lewis and Ordway parties near the confluence the balance of their trip east was on the Missouri as the entire Corps again. I will be
doing the Missouri River starting in St. Louis ...