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If you do take the Cooperstown route, the community has a nice park/campground, a grocery store, a couple of convenience stores, and a few restaurants or bars with food. The next town to the east is Finley which has a community park with restrooms, a restaurant, convenicence store, and grocery store. Nice territory (I used to live in Cooperstown) with lots of cyclists throughout the summer.I camped a night in cooperstown five years ago I think, Great place to set up if you like reading books inside your tent all night. So many over head street lights completely cover just about every inch of the park. Carington is much better.
Amtrak still does. Oh and now I remember, "May all you endless ups and downs be between the sheets! LOLI had thought of taking the northern tier route and ending in Minot or some place further west of that.The NT no longer goes through Minot, and for darn good reasons.
I just remember doing RAGBRAI across the southern part of Iowa and the route was so hilly there was an equivalent elevation gain to bicycling up mt. Everest.I was wondering if US 12 was terribly hilly between,say, Townsend and Forsyth. I have a co-worker at my job who worked on the airforce missle silos who said MT 200 was endless ups and downs out of Greatfalls.So what. 80% of the country is endless ups and downs. It goes with the territory.