Super 8 Bismarck
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I miss Yellowstone already, but the Beartooth Mountains are absolutely breathtakingly beautiful! It took so much longer to get over them than we planned because we stopped at almost every turn-out to take pictures. The kids even found some snow to get out and play on. There was some rushing water under a portion of the snow and Kaden kicked his way …
... old and would have been here when
LC passed through.
From Clark’s journal Oct. 9, 1804: “Windy, rainy… cold. So much so we could not speak with the Indians today…. Many came to view us all day,
much astonished at my black servant, who did not lose the opportunity of
displaying his powers and strength. This nation never saw a black man before.”
North Dakota - "Legendary."
Just couldn't believe how flat the country is in North Dakota. Flat prairie land everywhere converted to enormous farms for cropping or ranching. A huge State but only about 700,000 people live in it. Great traveling the roads as you see bison, wolf/coyote (not sure which), deer and elk. Oil drilling has taken off on the western side of Nth Dakota with wells all along the side of the roads.
... then Chuck and Laura will bring us back to camp and we will take the historical tour of the camp (Lewis and Clark wintered here, and Custer left from here on his ill-fated expedition). The tour guides are not only dressed in period costume but lead the tour and answer questions completely in period character!
Our schedule is in complete flux as we cannot meet our original intentions. We'll take it day by day.
... to fuse the power lines together. Dangerous work! The custodian then wished us Happy Canada Day, and inquired about how the folks in Calgary were coping with the flood again. damage. We thought that was awfully nice... We learned about how wagon trains would travel through the coulees (river valleys) up to Fargo and the Red River, in an effort to break or bypass the Hudson Bay Company's monopoly on trade, even that far south. The wheels weren't greased, so ...