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Aug 6, 2014 - The Enchanted Highway

We drove to the tiny town of Regent today, we wanted to see the fabulous metal sculptures along the highway. If you take exit 72 off Interstate 94 near Dickinson, North Dakota, this stretch of highway is known as the Enchanted Highway, which stretches for 32 miles, right into the town of Regent, North Dakota. The Enchanted Highway is the artistic creation of local Regent resident, Gary Greff. Gary Greff constructed these sculptures in an attempt to bring people to the area. This part of North Dakota is mostly agricultural, and Greff wanted...

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Apr 9, 2012 - Not In Texas Anymore

We filled up at the Flying J truck stop before leaving, we paid 4.03 for diesel that is .43 a gallon less than we paid last April. Mary drove the first 130 miles today west on I 70 to Spearfish, SD then north on hwy 35 to Buffalo, SD. I drove the remainder of the way into Regent ND where we checked into the Enchanted Highway RV Park, we met and chatted with Gary Geff the creator of the Enchanted Highway metal sculptures. Today's drive was through rolling hills and prairie with large farms and cattle ranches. As we crossed into North Dakota...

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Jun 5, 2010 - Day Trip To Regent, ND

I will report the bad news first. The check engine light came on, went off, and came on again. We will go see Ted on Monday. Maybe he has another idea. The RV is running fine. Back to the traveling: We drive the enchanted highway today. We use Old Highway 10 instead of the interstate to get to Gladstone. I wish we had found Old Highway 10 yesterday! I do not know what to tell you about the Enchanted Highway. To bring tourism to the area, a local man created these sculptures. I guess he will continue to add on. Enjoy the pictures. We enjoyed...

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Sep 22, 2008 - Enchanted Highway

We spent Sunday driving to Regent, ND to see the "Enchanted Highway." The highway is called this because of the giant tin sculptures which appear every few miles along the route. You can imagine David's excitement when I told him we were going to see the artwork! I tried to calm him down by telling him that I could make wallet size prints so he could show all his friends. I think this did the trick because he was much quieter when we got into the car. Anyway, the drive was definitely worth it--not only because of the sculptures but also...

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