44 – COWBOY IN BUCKSKINS

Big on hunting, Theodore Roosevelt arrived in Medora for a bison hunt in 1883. Having been seriously ill during his childhood, he was still frail looking,

43 – HISTORY IN MEDORA

Though it has become quite “touristy” by design, Medora remains a small, interesting town steeped in history. It was founded in 1883 by a 24-year-old French

42 – MORE FARGO AND ONWARD

The Fargo Air Museum was an enlightening and interesting experience. As well as aviation exhibits of planes in flying condition, it has a flight simulator and

41 – FINALLY, FARGO

Oops! I goofed! The bang on my head must have joggled my memory of Elks Clubs. The first one, described in a previous blog, was in

40 – DETOUR

During the entire trip I kept my promise. I didn’t fall. And till last week I continued to keep that promise. Then I pulled a doozy!

39 – WHIZZING THROUGH WISCONSIN

We spent two nights in Wisconsin and one in Minnesota before reaching Fargo, North Dakota, which was Gayle’s “must do.” After Sault Ste. Marie our caravan

38 – THE GREAT LAKES

Over 10,000 years ago glacial action in the area formed valleys, and melt water from the glaciers collected in these basins, forming the interconnected Great Lakes,

37 – SOO LOCKS

Our introduction to Sault Ste. Marie was an interesting road sign. Black letters on a white background warned, “Stop at Stop Sign.” A few feet beyond,

36 – EXITING THE FORT

With its many miles of trails and endless points of interest and its non-mechanized status, Mackinac Island is a mecca for hikers and bikers—people with a

35 – FORT MACKINAC

After lunch we found our “bus” and a fresh team of horses waiting to take us up to the fort, on a bluff 150 feet above