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  1. westly

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    on thrusday im going to williston, north dakota. Any good places to detect there?:)
     
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    Try any of these where detecting is allowed...

    Sites of interest



    • Lake Sakakawea -a large man-made lake located close to Williston. The lake offers plenty of recreational activities.
    • The Confluence - where the Missouri River and the Yellowstone River meet. A historical center, boat ramp, camp site, and bike path are located here.
    • Eagle Ridge Golf Club - an eighteen-hole golf course located on Highway 2 north of Williston. It measures 6,240 yards (5,710 m) from the back tees.
    • Williston Municipal Golf Course - a 9-hole golf course located at 3600 42nd Street West in Williston.
    • The Links of North Dakota at Red Mike Resort - an 18-hole links course east of Williston. "GOLFWEEK" ranked it 41st among America's 100 best modern courses in 1997, 75th in 1998, and 81st in 1999. Lying alongside Lake Sakakawea it is reminiscent of the links at St Andrews, Scotland. It is located 24 miles (39 km) east of Williston on Highway 1804.
    • Cut Bluff Overlook - a historic sight located about two miles (3 km) east of Williston on the south side of Highway 1804. Commemorating Lewis and Clark's campsite near Cut Bluff on the south banks of the Missouri River.
    Good luck...from wiki.com

    Rick
     
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    good luck in n. dakota. hope you find some cool stuff
     
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    Good luck in ND. Let us know what you find.
    Jimbo
     
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    Good luck to you. Lloyd
     
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    Safe journey and I hope you find some good bling...Buster.......:wavey:
     
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    Good luck and good hunting, Beale.
     
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    It turns out the person im staying with has an old homestead on his property bingo! :)
     

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