Second was the Double Ditch State Historical Sight. Sitting on a hill overlooking the Missouri, are the archealogical remains of a once thriving culture; the Mandans. The "double ditch" referred to a fortification system the built to protect from nomadic tribes.
Third was a terrific tailwind, at times 25 mph, which made up for 2 days ago.
One minor disappoint was the temporary closure of The ND Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Washburn. Staff was needed to evacuate other sites in danger of flooding.
An early bedtime sounds good. It's been a great day.