North Dakota Archive

47 – THE ENCHANTED HIGHWAY

It’s frequently described as an empty road in the middle of nowhere. But thanks to Gary Greff the road between Gilmore, North Dakota, and Regent isn’t

46 – FONDUE AND FIRST AID

After we returned to camp we rested a little before leaving for the much-publicized nightly Pitchfork Steak Fondue, a “must do” in Medora in the summer

45 – THEODORE ROOSEVELT NATIONAL PARK

We spent the better part of a wonderful day on the 35-mile paved scenic loop through the South Unit of the park. Other than the modern

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