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Posted by heather_lemoine on June 30, 2009
Many thanks to blogger Minnemom and her online journal of a North Dakota vacation with three of her four children.  A North Dakota-native turned Minnesotan, this blogger has tips on travel planning, frugal travel and much more.  Plus, I think you'll find her "Notes from the Road" to be full of... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on June 26, 2009
Overlooking Hazen Bay The marina at Sakakawea State Park Our staff just took a tour around Lake Sakakawea.  The big lake is up 24-feet this summer, thanks to a wet winter, spring and good snowpack/run-off from the mountains.  All that water has re-invigorated the resorts, parks and marinas... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on June 22, 2009
When people think about safety, it's usually things like seat belts and bike helmets.  June is National Safety Month.  Here in North Dakota, it makes us think about being one of the safest states in the U.S.  In fact, North Dakota has been ranked as THE safest state to live in eight times in the... Read More
Posted by schmidty44 on June 18, 2009
We had a chance to get out and enjoy the great outdoors last weekend across western ND to include the Badlands, Dakota Zoo, and Superslide Amusement Park!  To begin with our trip out west, the kids slept for a better part of the drive (that was wonderful) and we were able to appreciate how... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on May 29, 2009
Bismarck and Mott have been named two of the 25 Best Pheasant Hunting Towns in America by Pheasant's Forever. The publication notes the ease-of-access for hunters, from land right outside of a city to the Public Land Open to Sportsmen (PLOTS). #2 on Duck's Unlimited's list of 15 Great Places to... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on May 23, 2009
It may not technically be summer yet, but with weather in the 70s, graduations all around and a holiday weekend to enjoy - it sure feels like summer!  Today we explored south-central North Dakota.  It was my first trip along Highway 1804 and that is a beautiful drive.  The water levels have been... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on May 20, 2009
Back in 2009 and on our first blog, on Wordpress, the number one search term for finding the North Dakota blog was: "friendliest state."  Interesting.  Either people have heard that North Dakota has been named the friendliest state, or they're looking for travel places where they can... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on May 15, 2009
The Passport to History is free at ND Tesoro gas stations and state historic sites. Stop by a historic site,  ND Tesoro gas station or a grocery store and pick up a free Passport to North Dakota History.  This guide was put together by the State Historical Society of ND and has awesome info on... Read More
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