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Sep 4, 2018 - Seitz Memorial Race here we come!

Book-ended our trip to the 12th Annual John Seitz Memorial Races at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, ND. Somehow we came away with no pictures of the campsites at Red River State Recreation Area but highly recommend to anyone they stay at this park and take in the history and the park walk. Fantastic! The park is along the Red River in an area which had been flooded out, reclaimed and now pays homage to those who lost their homes. Campsites are very large and for tenters, there are sites along the river bank that are second to none....

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Jul 26, 2017 - Red River Rec. Area - Sherlock Park Campground

/// Red River Rec. Area Sherlock Park Campground E. Grand Forks, MN July 26, 2017 A Travel Day: We got a leisurely start to departure and finally left the County Line RV Campground by 9:45 A.M Our route today would take us north on I-29. Since we began traveling in our Airstream we have taken measures to avoid traveling on Interstate Highways system and have enjoyed the scenic byways. After reviewing todays route it turns out that I-29 is the road less traveled. The weather today was very nice. The road conditions were good and the traffic...

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Sep 25, 2012 - Time to relax

A fairly quiet night was had, and the quest for a truck wash continued. As luck would have it, we finally found one in Fargo. Money well spent to have a clean motorhome and truck again. By lunch time we arrived at a beautiful State park in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. In the afternoon we took a walking tour of the riverbanks that gave way in 1997 for the worst flood this area has ever seen. The park we are staying in was a residential neighborhood that was demolished after the flood. The park roads are the original streets of this flooded...

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May 15, 2008 - Day 3

Today the morning was very cool, but nice. We left about 9A.M Central time (we are now in the Central time zone). We drove through some heavy rain, but it is very nice here now this evening – in the 70's. We drove for 6 hours today – 295 miles. It was harder to find a campsite today that was close to US 2 and had the things we wanted. Molly (the cat) and Cooper like to look and check out each place we stop at (see picture).We stopped at the Red River State Park in East Grand Forks, MN for the night. This is just east of Grand Forks, North...

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