After determining that we’ve met the criteria for adding North Dakota to our map and adding said sticker, we headed north on Highway 1806. Today’s journey from Fort Rice Recreation Area to Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park through Dakota farmland and the eastern edge of the badlands was a total of twenty-four miles! This is a beautiful park with some great opportunities to expand our knowledge of the history of the Mandan people and of US military operations in the Dakota territory. And it’s close to the North Dakota capitol of Bismarck. We’ll stay here three nights. After setting up camp we headed into town for some frozen yogurt and to Keelboat Park to find the replica of Lewis and Clark’s keelboat.

And the Thunderbird!




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All Because of an Eclipse

All Because of an Eclipse

It was a fabulous opportunity to not only view the 2024 Solar Eclipse from within the path of totality but also to enjoy a five day weekend with friends from the T@B trailer community at Ohio’s East Harbor State Park on the shore of Lake Erie.