Blogs from Glendive, Montana, United States, North America


North America » United States » Montana » Glendive July 25th 2015

Geo: 47.1053, -104.712This was pretty much going to be a travel day, but we did find a few surprises. The day began at 8:20 AM and 73 degrees under fair skies, although by the end of the day it did reach 97 degrees. Yes, 97 degrees in the northern part of North Dakota. I don't think it was that warm in Florida today. The word for the day is FLAT. The land was so flat it was big sky country, even though we were in North Dakota not Montana. We could see for miles and miles in every direction. And we drove for miles and miles through fertile farm land and then into the prairie. The crops were more of the same, corn, soy beans, wheat and hay, and occasionally, sunflowers, but the farms seemed bigger. ... read more
Capitol Building in Bismark, ND
On the ND Capitol Complex
On the ND Capitol Complex

North America » United States » Montana » Glendive July 18th 2010

Sunday July18th Daily Information High temp: 87 degrees Low temp: 59 degrees Campground Elevation:2171 above sea level Highest Elevation: 4538 above sea level Lowest Elevation: 2171above sea level Traveled 356 miles Departed 8:40AM MDT Weather cool, sunny Arrived 4:00PM MDT Weather Hot 87 - Not used to this heat but it is low humidity Highlights Saw many Magpies pretty birds Passed a herd of Buffalo Grasshoppers all over Saw wild horses We had 350 miles of rolling hills on a high plateau miles and miles of NO humans Saw "Bad Lands of Eastern Montana" Beautiful Saw many underground missle silos stretched over many many miles and one control center all West of Lewistown Crossed the Yellowstone River once again Tomorrow we cross the entire state of North Dakota filled with overwhelming tourist attractions ... read more

North America » United States » Montana » Glendive June 27th 2010

Day 7 Enderlin - Glendive, MT Visiting with Aunt Gladys and Uncle Palmer was a wonderful way to start our day! Uncle Palmer came over to visit as Aunt Gladys made a yummy warm breakfast for us. We experienced our first overcast morning with a short rain shower as we ate. Palmer walked back home and brought his puppy over to play. We caught up on some family news, looked at a few pictures, and got advice about what roads to take and what sites not to miss. Next, the job we were not looking forward to . . .de-bugging the van. Gladys handed us a bottle of Windex and a roll of paper towels. We had to scrub the windshield and headlights. Don offered to take the van over to the carwash, but what was ... read more
Gladys, Jill, and Brian
The School/Church
Shooting range

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