After a delicious breakfast of pancakes and fruit made by our generous hosts we left Rodchester Minnesota and hit the road. Half way through the day we crossed the boarder into North Dakota, it was very windy there. We went through Jamestown where Louis L’amour trail is. It is also the home of the great white buffalo, there is a little western tourist town which was really cool but closed, one could still walk through it.
At the end of the town was a huge buffalo statue.
After a long days drive We arrived in Dickinson North Dakota where we met the pastor of the Calvary Chapel there who showed us to the home of the youth pastor and his families who was out of town but generously opened there home to us to stay over night and prepared food for us also.
What a blessing. The next morning we ate, cleaned and packed up than enjoyed a morning of fellowship at church. As soon as church was over we hit the road where soon we found Roosevelt National park where the possibilities of seeing buffalo, prairie dogs and wild horses were anticipated.
We did see a couple buffalo, one horse and lots of prairie dogs. We did not complain.