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Here are pictures and recollections of my first trip to North Dakota in six years. It was great seeing and visiting with aunts, uncles and cousins that I hadn't seen in years...and seeing my mother reconnect with her brothers, sisters, nieces and ...
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... Northwest, plus Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks. (complete) Second Set: driving Mpls to SE Iowa by way of Northern Minnesota (plus Wisconsin and Michigan), North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas and Missouri. (in process)
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We're heading up to visit Paul's aunt in the Minneapolis area. Then we're heading to North & South Dakota. None of us have been to ND before, plus Paul and Emily haven't seen Mt Rushmore: so off we go!
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A Travel Blog entry by lastrick from Dickinson, North Dakota, United States
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A Travel Blog entry by bethgoeswest from Dickinson, North Dakota, United States
We made good time as the speed limit is 75mph most of the way. The beginning of North Dakota is similar to Indiana but then turns to hills and mounds. Very pretty terrain. About 30 minutes from Montana and on our way to Teddy Roosevelt National Park, ...
A Travel Blog entry by evbrucesandy from Dickinson, North Dakota, United States
Not much of a day. Long days ride to North Dakota on I-90 and Route 85. Route 85 was a long desolate road and it was almost scary to think if you ever got stuck out here, no one would come by to help. There wasn't much to see along the way ...
A Travel Blog entry by drmom from Bismarck, North Dakota, United States
... headed off on our adventure to North Dakota. We learned that there is a lot of very rural land between the Minneapolis area and North Dakota...and that the rural land continues once you get there. We made it almost uneventfully to Fargo. The only real ...
A Travel Blog entry by dna5758 from Beach, North Dakota, United States
... eastern Idaho and much of Montana. Lea arrived a few minutes later, and we took pictures by the "Leaving Montana" and "Welcome to North Dakota" signs. A couple young guys pulled up (in a car - the wimps!) to do the same, and it turned out ...
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