Sunday, June 17, 2012

On the road again - to Medora ND (and a new State camped)

We left Miles City Montana yesterday, June 16th, and headed to Medora North Dakota, adding another State camped while full-timing, and continuing our expedited trek to the North Shore of Lake Superior for the summer. Here is the updated 'States Camped' map which has been updated on the left side of our blog.

It was approximately 140 miles along I-94. Here is the route we took.

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We are staying at the Red Trail Campground right next to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Medora is a very small town, when Bob asked at the office about services he was told that the park office is the largest grocery store and largest hardware store in town. 

We will be here for three nights and once the weekend crowd goes away we will go to the National Park and eat out on Monday.

Till next time,

Bob and Jo


  1. The park has the largest grocery store and largest hardware that is a very small town.

  2. Thanks so much for the heads up. We're planning to visit TR NP later this summer. We'll make sure we're well stocked! Enjoy your stay. We look forward to your report.

  3. We love that area over there. So beautiful. There's a place that fixes a pitchfork fondue. We weren't overly impressed with it. It wasn't bad but rather expensive.

  4. Take time to visit the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame! And watch for wild horses as tour the National Park! Check out the old family home of the Count, Chateau de Mores...Enjoy your stay! Safe travels!