Richland Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Sidney
... miles and miles in every direction. And we drove for miles and miles through fertile farm land and then into the prairie. The crops were more of the same, corn, soy beans, wheat and hay, and occasionally, sunflowers, but the farms seemed bigger. They just seemed to go on forever with little to break up the monotony except the occasional banks of silos and a few farmhouses.
Before noon we arrived in Bismarck with intentions ...
... on the hood. The wind gust caught one little corner - next a woman in a Ford is yelling "your awning - pull over!" Okay in all seriousness - the day started off really, really well. We stayed at the campsite until 10am enjoying a nice hot breakfast as well as coffee and let the kids run in the playground. Check out at that fabulous site was not until 2pm and we really debated staying later - but the pools didn't open until 10am and then getting the kids out and dry ...
... 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 ...
... writing about our adventures. Hopefully everyone has enjoyed the pictures and some of the tails. We are now deciding on what our next adventure will be. We can cross Alaska off the bucket list.
When taking pictures you don’t always get what you want. We have taken some of the more funny one’s and are doing an out take show. So read the captions and hopefully ...
... then held the door open as I made my way quietly to the display area. By this time the lady at the counter was starting to look at me a little weird but what can I say this was the only picture I was able to get. At one time they were alive, or at least I hope so there was a sign saying, "Do Not Touch", so they may have been manufactured in China. Enjoy the ...