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The Enchanted Highway in North Dakota which has no number designation is home to some incredible sculptures. The wife and I took a ride down it today and stopped at each one.

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That is awesome - great idea putting the bike in the pictures for perspective
 
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Great photos. Thanks for sharing.
 
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We came back home along I-94, this is just one of a few the miss took.
The Interstate was very flat some hills and curves, very nice indeed.
I like the fact that, with road work being done, people will drive on the shoulder so that the workers have a whole lane open, even though the work cones are next to them. A lot of road respect going on in that State.
 

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That looks like a very fun trip. What is the highway like? Straight, curvy, little of both?
It's North Dakota, which if you have never been there especially during the peak of the oil boom...ND is exactly like paradise, only different. There are not a lot of curves in the roads, up until about one year ago it wasn't very safe on the motorcycles due to high volumes of truck traffic and debris on the roadways
 

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It's North Dakota, which if you have never been there especially during the peak of the oil boom...ND is exactly like paradise, only different. There are not a lot of curves in the roads, up until about one year ago it wasn't very safe on the motorcycles due to high volumes of truck traffic and debris on the roadways
I have been in South Dakota for Sturgis bike week but not in North Dakota.
 

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It's North Dakota, which if you have never been there especially during the peak of the oil boom...ND is exactly like paradise, only different. There are not a lot of curves in the roads, up until about one year ago it wasn't very safe on the motorcycles due to high volumes of truck traffic and debris on the roadways
Western ND has some very beautiful scenery and some nice roads. Not nearly as adventurous as the Black Hills but we do have some great places to visit. Medora which has live shows during the summer and Theodore Roosevelt State Park, the Badlands, Lake Sakakawea (great fishing) and a lot of Rodeos. Attractions | Official North Dakota Travel & Tourism Guide I'll guarantee every state out there has sites people should go see and everybody is proud of where they come from.
 

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Definitely take a trip to Medora! What a beautiful small town surrounded by the badlands. When I was staying in Dickinson I would often go to Medora on my slow days to do office work in the village park.
 

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Thank you to all who have shared. The list of stops has now grown for my next trip out that way, which will hopefully be next summer.
 
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