Richland Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We decided to get out and explore the park on foot. Picked the creek bed trail that travels through the middle of the park. We needed to be hiking by 8 AM. It gets hot on the valley floor toward midday. Our plan was to hike out about a mile and a half and then turn around. We had left the dogs in the camper for the morning with plans to get back by 11 then head out to the little town of Medora for lunch and shopping then ...
... all traveling around the valleys. Then there is sunset over the land. Breathtaking. Different than the mountains of the west. A quiet beauty. We climbed up to the highest point, Buck Hill, for the view. What a view. The whole of the Badlands wilderness open up before you in every direction. It is QUIET. We heard only the life of the land, coyotes and horses calling. We could have sat there for hours. Only one other car joined us at the stop.
My new favorite ...
... with strawberry sauce. Bad lands???? I think not!!! And as suddenly as they appeared, they were gone. And we returned to sage-peppered rolling hills with occasional mesas peeking up out of the prairie floor and surrounded by yellow grass.
We arrived in Glendive around 4 PM and after a brief tour of this small town, we settled in for the night. Tomorrow, Shelby, MT.
... stay. We did a quick gas fill up at a hopping gas station and then hit the road again. Fortunately 42km up the road we find a rest stop with semi's parked and dark for the night and we know this is the spot. Surprisingly it is a quiet spot - apart from the arrival of one semi we have a quiet night of rest. It occurs to Bi that perhaps the rush at Walmart was due to the cut off time for booze sales reaffirming that Dickinson is not the place we want to stay. When we ...
... Indian village. A replica of the fort now stands a few miles west of Washburn ND on the north bank of the Missouri. It is well worth the stop if you are ever in the area but there isn’t much else around.
Before the fort I stopped at the LC Interpretive Center for North
Dakota. They have an excellent museum
and an extensive collection of artwork by Karl Bodmer who painted Indian ...