Trappers Inn

803 Highway 85 N, Belfield, North Dakota, United States | Motel
 

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Night 7: Teddy's MidLife Crisis

A travel blog entry by splencner

11

... I did wake up a bit when the frat house next door left at 7 or so, then I went back to sleep until my bladder couldn't stand it anymore. Jessica made eggs at camp and we took our time packing for the days adventures. As we enjoyed breakfast I checked the trail camera I set up (illegally) behind our tent and was not too surprised to see we had 71 motion triggered shots during the windy night. 69 of these photos were of grass in the wind. 2 showed something more interesting: a ...

Night 6: CanAm

A travel blog entry by splencner

6

... it rained furiously off and on in the night and early morning. We would've been soaked. We headed off and got breakfast in town and then looked hopelessly for a Walmart in town. We knew it was there from our memory but the GPS sent us to a rec center. We scoured the town and I even gave up once. Jess encouraged me to try again. We finally found it on the opposite side of town. We bought groceries and a lantern and lights. ...

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

A travel blog entry by frguido

17

... a stop if you’re in the area. Eat at Daarthe’s if you want some sweet tea and bread pudding… and a beef sandwich that’s to die for. Roosevelt’s experience there changed his life forever and that had a major impact on the country, resulting in millions of acres being preserved for Americans to enjoy. Joe Wiegand's one man show is not to be missed and the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame is ...

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

A travel blog entry by suewelsch

2

... Our refrigerator was cold again after being on electricity for a day, so we felt that we could dry camp if necessary. After initially telling us that we could not stay at the Red Trail Campground in the same site because the park was fully booked, when we told them that as long as they wanted us to hook up again and move, we would just move to another campground, they magically found out that it would be OK for us ...

TR Park: badlands, buffalo and wild horses

A travel blog entry by annarichard

23

... Then to campsite and Anna made omelette with 4 eggs, onions, and last of the Minnesota thuringer. Excellent. Finished cooking in dark, so about 10.30 when all quiet and went to bed, after fireworks from amphitheatre where there is a town history/musical programme every night.

2 Sept- very full day. Packed and out by 0830: I just rolled the tent up, inner tent still attached and sleeping bags still inside (took out air ...

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