Samantha and her husband tour the beautiful North Dakota State Capitol and feel sorry for other visitors that did not appreciate their capitol. It is an incredible piece of art.
Samantha shares her visit to Steamboat Park in North Dakota and her connection to the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
DrFumblefinger visits the Flood Memorial in Grand Forks. Constructed after the devastating flood of 1997, it helps people visualize how high the seemingly placid Red River can rise in the spring flooding season.
A visit to a small but pleasing Japanese Garden in the north central prairie city of Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Flooding in a flat landscape poses an unusual degree of risk because of how quickly a river's water level can rise. This piece of street-art commemorates the many people who were rescued in the record breaking flood of 1997.
Gumbo was visiting the plane exhibit outside the Grand Forks Air Force Base in North Dakota. An impressive assortment of military hardware can be viewed (for free), a treat for anyone interested in the history of flight.
Discovering these presidential statues made an ordinary trip to a shopping center extraordinary.
Ottoman enjoyed exploring the interior of the Fargo-Moorhead Visitor Center, and as he ventured outside, he came across this fun exhibit.
The Fargo-Moorhead Visitor Center offers up much more than local travel brochures, magazines, and maps.
Samantha visits Eats N Treats in North Dakota and finds more Coke memorabilia than anywhere outside Atlanta's World of Coke.
Samantha loves bridges, including this one over the Missouri River in North Dakota.