Highway, we made the entire 1,417 miles (2.270 km) in four days, with overnight stops in Devils Lake (North Dakota), Saskatoon (Saskatchewan), and Edmonton (Alberta). Although almost all of the topography is pretty flat, the landscape was quite interesting and much less boring than we expected. It was also much greener than what we experienced when we crossed the Great Plains in Kansas and Texas two years ago.
|In Grand Forks, ND, we had to buy four new tires for our trailer.|
We stayed in Devils Lake State Park, one of the most beautiful campgrounds with large and very private campsites in beautiful nature.
|Devils Lake in North Dakota|
Another thing we didn’t expect was the large amount of canola fields in North Dakota. They were all in full bloom at this time of the year.
|A foretaste of what to expect in Alaska?|
(We actually never had to use it anymore!)
|USA-Canada border control|
|Liberal highway transport regulations in Canada|
|A fully assembled chemical plant!|
|Entering Edmonton – not very welcoming|
|Buffalo herds east of Edmonton|