We took Hwy. 85 north to Buffalo. After eating lunch and getting fuel, we continued our journey. Before long we crossed into North Dakota. Since there were very few people around, we made a lot of noise. It was the noisiest “State Line Celebration” we have had in a long, long time.
We stayed on Hwy. 85 until we got to I-94. We turned west until we got to the town of Medora. That was the South entrance of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
We went looking for a camping spot. Every available space was full or reserved. We continued to drive through the campground several times. Finally, luck was on our side. A camping site had opened up and we were there to take advantage of it. At this point, we had been searching for almost two hours.
Today’s Travel Totals: miles traveled, 215---critter sightings, lots of antelope and a herd of wild horses.