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Aug 19, 2020 - Giant cows and camels

We are in North Dakota and I LOVE IT SO MUCH! We've only been on the big highway, highway 94, and there's so much NOTHING!!! Just miles and miles of rolling golden hills of wheat or hay or gigantic sunflower farms. It just looks like a sea of beautiful growing stuff, I love how little stuff there is here. Several exits from the highway say, "No services," as in no gas stations or anything else. I love that so much. I love how little there is out here. I would love to live here if I wasn't planning to homestead eventually (I think the...

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Pretty Damn Nice Jr

Sep 24, 2014 - Sentinel Butte - Beach, ND

This journal entry may be boring to those of you that are not family. One of the reasons for coming to North Dakota was to visit the area where my mom and dad grew up. That is Sentinel Butte and Beach North Dakota. We headed out this morning on old Hwy 10 out of Medora heading to Sentinel Butte about 15 miles west of Medora. My mom graduated from Sentinel Butte High School in a class of 8. My parents were also married in Sentinel Butte and we discovered the church they were married in had been torn down. Very disappointing! There were only...

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Jun 26, 2011 - Beach, ND

We left St Cloud about 8:10 am. We actually had a tail wind today and the roads were smooth. We kept moving most of the day. While on Interstate 94 in North Dakota we ran into flooding on the Interstate. One lane was closed completely. We stopped outside Theadore National Park for a rest break and for a geocache. Around 5pm mountain time we called it quits and stopped for the night at a Flying J in Beach, ND which is one mile from the MT border. We unhooked the car and grabbed a few geocaches before it started to rain. Then we tucked inside...

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Jul 3, 2009 - On the road again

So after a few hours of letting the brakes cool off, and getting the brakes bled. We were back at, only spending $50.00 on the repair. The mechanic said that this happens all the time coming down that hill. He said that I boiled the brake fluid by getting it too hot. Anyway an easy fix. Sorry for the delayed entries we didnt have wifi for a few days. Marc

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Heading out West

Jun 11, 2007 - On the road again- North Dakota here we come

Up on Monday morning and on the road we go, after a small problem backing off George & Carols lawn, but no damage and George helped us get turned around and out. Thanks again guys , for such a neat spot-sue enjoyed your company,meals and gardens. We got more and more wind as we headed across North Dakota and a storm was predicted so we kept on going past Richardton (where we stayed before at Don's Ranch) and made it just past Theodore Roosevelt National park. Boy do we want to come back there, sure wish we had more time but I got some...

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D&J JourneyOn

Aug 11, 2006 - Big Sky Country and points west.

After a month or so in North Dakota and seeing the National Parks, Enchanted Highway, Gladstone, White Butte (the highest point in ND), and all the grasslands and small towns around Dickinson in SW ND, it was time to see Montana, Big Sky Country. Our drive to Montana naturally once again took us right by Medora, and a place called Buffalo Gap, ND. We turned onto the exit for Buffalo Gap on our way west, and the road pretty much ended at about the right of way line for the interstate. Just a small dirt road stretched into the hills and a...

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Aug 13, 2005 - On the Road Again

On this the 46th day of our trip between Billings, MT and Medora, ND we have put on 6,000 miles. It is a little overcast and the temperature is 54 degrees at 8:40AM. Dan's back is a little better - he can drive but I had to pack up most of everything. He is now putting on ice and this is working better than the heat. It turned out to be a beautiful day for the drive the sun came out and by 12 o'clock it was 65 degrees. It is hilly up and down and some cliffs. Thank You God for this great opportunity. May I repeat myself? What a beautiful...

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