Hi, guys. As im gonna be staying in Williston, ND for 3 months in summer, i donno if i should take a thick jacket. I've taken a look at the temperatures and they were around 50F therefore i think that i shoould but people say if youre going in the summer you dont have to as the temp will be around 90-100F. So what do i do?( Im a foreign student , living in Europe, and dont have much info about ND)
Are there Asians of Filipino origins in North Dakota (specifically in Williston ND)? If so, how do we get in touch with then?
How do I get from jamestown to fargo? Is there a bus during the day? Help!
I will be going to Alaska next month and that leaves only 1 state left that I haven't seen. I'm having difficulty in finding things to see and do in North Dakota. I usually devote 10-14 days to really explore a state. I need to find some interesting places to justify the cost of the flight. I love history, architecture, natural wonders, historic homes, etc. I'm not into night clubs, zip lining, amusement parks, spas or shopping. Can anyone make some suggestions?
Can anyone recommend any interesting ghost towns in ND? Thanks!
When and where would it be good to see fields of sunflowers?
I am thinking of heading out to Roosevelt National Park this summer (after completing some work in ND). There are two sectors of the park, north and south... can anyone tell me which (if any) are preferable? What is the difference in landscape? Things to do? I'm especially keen to do some backcountry hiking/camping while there, and I'm a big photographer. THANKS!!
We will be driving through North Dakota in mid May, going from
West to East. I am wondering what the weather will be like as to temperature, snow, rain, etc.
We've never been to ND, and read about the Enchanted Hwy. Where is it? Is there a Hwy number assigned it so we can see it on our map? It would be helpful to have specific info on the trip, as the postings we have read about the sculptures have peaked our interest.
I am going to be in LA the last week in April and have a week between that meeting and one in Omaha. As a history nut, I have been looking for a way to visit some of the key spots along the trail of exploration of Lewis & Clark. My initial thoughts are to fly to Portland on the 29th, take a bus (?) to Ashland, and then head east from there. Any suggestions for Oregon, Idaho, Montana, the Dakotas, etc. would be much appreciated. I am very flexible about this week;i,e., bus, train, camp, hitchhike, B&B, river cruise, ....
Thanks in advance for your help.
A while back there was a tv news story about an exceptional restaurant somewhere between Jamestown and the SD border. Anyone know which restaurant this might be? Thanks!
Any tips or suggestions for going up White Butte?
I can find attractions for the family for Fargo and Theodore Roosevelt National Park - but hardly anything for any other places. I am interested in going to Bowman and New town as well as Fargo but what is there to do here? Thanks for any info.
We live in Oregon and are looking to see the Bad lands, Any other things that are a must see and anything we should know. Thanx Rick Weather? Critters? ect
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