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Jan 30, 2017 - North Dakota

We had an awesome breakfast on the hotel and even though it was snowing a little, we packed up and left. It was a little snow packed on the roads and icy but we drove out of it soon. The weather didn't improve because it was cold and windy. We made a bit of a detour by Dickinson and went down the Enchanted highway. A gentleman has welded huge sculptures and they are by the road going to a small town. We did some shopping in Dickinson and then went to New Town for the night.

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Brenner 2017

Jan 4, 2017 - The start

It was -28c when we left this morning, roads were good, with just a little drifting. We had the easiest border crossing, he did take our passports but just opened up the back hatch, closed it and handed back the passports. I don't think he even looked at them. The mileage when we started was 95585 km and gas was around 2.10/ gallon but we haven't had to fuel up yet. Probably put on a few more miles tomorrow but with no place to be and over 3 weeks to get there not too worried.

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Brenner 2017

Aug 10, 2015 - Leaving Grand Forks

Had a great time catching up with family here. Got to see Steve, Stacey, Brady, Kyle & Ashley, and best of all my new great, great niece Kendrick. She is so beautiful and her grandma Joy would have been so proud and happy to see her. Stacey and Steve gave us a tour of their city. It sits on the bank or the Red River and is surrounded by a dyke to protect it from flooding. We are in awe as we watch the river flow North. It is one the few places you will ever see a river run north. They tell us that last big flood was in 1997 at which time...

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