The night was quite ~ no trains~ Sunday morning we had made arrangements to call our Dunkin Donuts “coffee crew” and give them an update but Helen noticed that she didn’t have a strong cell signal, we were in a basin, lower elevation at the river. We buttoned up the camper and headed for higher ground. Five minutes later the cell rang and it was Claire at DDs’. We were about 16 miles from Williston, I need gas as the gauge said 30 miles to empty. OK don’t worry we made it.
Two great rivers meet here and make the Missouri larger and broader. The Interpretive Center has a museum and a gentleman who portrays Capt. William Clark wagon train leader. He gave a short Sunday service like it would have been during the day. Many artifacts were on display. Two nearby Forts were our next stops. Fort Buford was partially restored I found it interesting and took a lot of pictures. Fort Union just a few miles away was having a reenactment and several tee pees were up and venders sold their wares. The weather was warm, breezy and sunny.Thats what we saw and did
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