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Posted by Scooter Pursley on July 06, 2012
On July 5, my wife, Robin, and I rolled out the Harley for a trip to ride five five scenic byways and part of the Bakken in one day. Of all the great sites we visited - Salem Sue, Killdeer Mountains, Knife River Indian Villages, north unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park - three things stuck... Read More
Posted by zmjacobson on July 03, 2012
Looking for something to do for the Fourth of July? Look no further than North Dakota! There are a TON of celebrations going on in every corner of the state. Whether you’re looking for festive parades, elaborate firework displays, bucking rodeos, lake fun, great food or just a good time, North... Read More
Posted by zmjacobson on June 27, 2012
The 37th Annual Sam McQuade Sr./Budweiser Charity Softball Tournament was played last weekend in Bismarck-Mandan. For those unfamiliar with this exciting event, it is a men’s and women’s softball tournament that draws around 400 teams from the United States and Canada. It has even featured games... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on May 29, 2012
This guest blog comes from our friends at El Monte RV Rentals who invite others to explore North Dakota as they did. Here's a great way to produce an eyebrow-arching reaction from your friends: tell them that you're going to take a trip to North Dakota this year. That's right, North Dakota - home... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on May 23, 2012
Yes! It's almost Memorial Weekend which means, for most people, a nice three-day weekend. Last year our Memorial Weekend update included information about flooding and closures.  This year we're happy to say - Missouri River boat ramps are open!  All 18-holes of Bully Pulpit Golf Course... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on May 17, 2012
It's May 17. One-hundred-thirty-six years ago this day Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and the 7th Cavalry based at Fort Abraham Lincoln in the Dakota Territory left their post and journeyed west on the Centennial Campaign into the valley of the Little Big Horn. It was an attempt to... Read More
Posted by tallmikejensen on April 30, 2012
Paddlefish North Dakota is good at extremes: extreme weather, extreme landscape and of course extreme fishing! Wintertime is often a time where our anglers focus on ice fishing, tiny rod over a stationary hole waiting to catch loads of panfish in below freezing temperatures. The exact ... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on April 18, 2012
We really mean that as an invitation and a suggestion: Take a hike!  April is the perfect time to talk about exploring the great outdoors in a serene, environmentally-friendly and truly "green-ing" kind of way.  It's spring in North Dakota and we've got trails just... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on March 15, 2012
I've posted before about my husband - a Minnesotan who has become one of North Dakota's biggest promoters because of the accessible (and pretty fabulous) hunting and fishing here.  Well this guy LOVES his Missouri River.  It's no secret that this has been the warmest... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on January 13, 2012
Frank Cooper, Chief Consumer Engagement Officer of PepsiCo once said, “You as a brand have to be completely confident about your position, because you will get criticism. You will have a negative reaction. If you didn’t get a negative reaction, that means you’re standing neutral and you... Read More
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