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If life finds you at the far edge of the United States, up by Bottineau, North Dakota, plan to have your feet in two worlds: literally, at a 2,300-acre border-crossing garden, and figuratively,...
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Home to North Dakota State University, Fargo packs in thoughtful museums, boutique shopping and peaceful spaces.
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The Missouri River runs wild as it cuts through rugged valleys and high plains, inspiring adventurers to travel the trails blazed by the great tribes and Lewis and Clark.
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The Little Missouri River, Theodore Roosevelt National Park and cowboy-themed, squeaky-clean Medora Musical promise plenty of fun.
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It’d be easy to miss the mist in Sam Simonsen’s eyes because you’d be so charmed by his smile. Or by the apple-red Norwegian sweater he doffs each morning during...

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Summer visitors to Medora top 200,000, but in winter, the population hovers around 100. Most businesses and attractions are seasonal, so if you plan a visit between September and May, call ahead.
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Learn Old West history or enjoy the great outdoors in this town between Bismarck and Fargo.
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The Missouri River separates the state capital (population: 58,000), Bismarck, from Mandan. Things to do in the area include Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park and the North Dakota Heritage Center.

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