Monday, May 22, 2017

The Roughrider State


          
The rain returned overnight and stayed with us intermittently as we continued west through Minnesota into North Dakota.  The winds were gusting, broadsiding us from the north in the afternoon. It was not pleasant. Jean was very busy taking pictures. We saw many interesting sights, so typical of rural Minnesota and North Dakota.
 
We stopped in Rugby N. D. to see the stone cairn marking the Geographical Center of North America. It was erected in 1931.
                     





We motored 532 km as far as Minot, our longest day to date. We filled up at a Flying J station before arriving at Roughrider Campground, another Good Sam campground. It has a very western theme.

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