Super 8 Williston
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is 70mph but 65mph for trucks and at 65mph with the RV, it is comfortable...partly because the roads are in better shape and there seems to be more room. >And with our broken awning, we can only park in RV campsites where the site faces north.... >The RV manufacturer recommends putting the slides out before levelling, but it seems to work just as well doing it the opposite way...level first then put the slides out... After a ...
We are sitting in a large truck parking lot outside the Interstate Power Systems shop. They can't look at the RV till Thursday and then if they have to order parts, who knows...so we have had to quickly come up with an alternate plan. Here's our plan B... We have bought one way tickets to Toronto for Josh, Mel and Bronwyn. They leave tomorrow at 6am Josh's. Dad will pick them up at the airport and they ...
... I'm more of a North Dakota sort of guy. For some reason North Dakota feels much more like home. Go figure. Today we drove all day. We went from Bemidgi, MN. to Williston, ND. That's pretty much the full width of North Dakota. The weather was a bit cooler today and the Mini ran just fine all day. Highway 2 has become a four lane divided road. Not quite a freeway since there are crossroads and lots of gravel roads leading to ...
... The return trip to Williston didn't seem as long. Why is that? We, of course, recognized certain landmarks that we'd seen the day before. This time, I took pictures of South Dakota prairie. I kept missing the antelope, though. Some were mixed in with a herd of cows or two! I didn't know cows and antelope would co-exist. And, it was Sunday, so the construction crews weren't out in force. A reason why the trip was faster, I ...
I had done some research the night before which had shown that the next couple of days would bring 20mph westerly winds. Unfortunately, my route was only heading west for 50m and then turning due south for about 150m. So I decided to go off route and boy am I glad I did because it resulted in a couple of major mileage days.
I set off and was flying along at well over 20mph and so though I hadn't definetely decided ...