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North Dakota

   North Dakota ranks 46th in population for all U.S. States, and that population is spread out all across the “Peace Garden State” with few large urban centers. Combined with a remote location, these two facts are responsible for North Dakota being considered the least visited state.

   This is unfortunate for a broad range of reasons. The “Roughrider State” is loaded with things to do and places to see that are truly unique to the state. The road trips throughout North Dakota offer picturesque scenery, eccentric roadside attractions, and engaging historical and cultural centers. With more golf courses per capita than any other state, the Lewis and Clark Trail, the best ice-fishing south of Canada, countless hiking trails, old-west sagas, dinosaur bones, and spectacular views of the stars, there is no reason to overlook spending time in North Dakota.

   Let’s take a look at some of the must-see attractions in the “Flickertail State” that show why North Dakota should be on anyone’s vacation bucket list:

  • Fargo. When hearing the word “Fargo,” many people associate the town with the cult classic movie of the same title. But there is way more to Fargo than a movie. The Red River Zoo is home to several exotic cold climate creatures, the Fargo Air Museum contains airplanes that span across several decades from the Wright Brothers to modern aircraft, and the Roger Maris museum pays tribute to the North Dakota native Roger Maris, the man who broke Babe Ruth’s single-season home run record. The Plains Art Museum is just one of many art galleries in Fargo, a long with theaters and exceptional vintage antique and boutique shops.
  • National Buffalo Museum. While you are on your way to the North Dakota Capitol of Bismark, don’t forget to stop at the National Buffalo Museum in Jamestown. North Dakota is an ancient homeland to these mighty symbols of the frontier of long ago. From Interstate 94, keep your eyes peeled for the massive concrete bison standing guard directly outside the building. The museum contains exhibits, a souvenir store, and many programs and events designed to educate people about the history of the buffalo and the importance of the environment.
  • 8 Stops on North Dakota Dinosaur Tour. Going back 55 million years ago to the Eocene Epoch, North Dakota was home to several prehistoric monsters. The North Dakota Geological Survey conducts fossil digs open to the public, looking for the remains of sea creatures, extinct mammals, and the primary dinosaur of the area: Triceratops. Then it’s time for the main event: the 8 Stops on North Dakota Dinosaur Tour. There are eight museums a long the tour path, each offering unique exhibits and mesmerizing details about the now-extinct creatures that once ruled the region.
  • Bismark. The state capital of North Dakota is jammed-packed with “must-see” attractions. The State Capitol Building is a marvelous place to begin. The building is known as “The Skyscraper on the Prairie” and is the tallest building in the state with a resplendent view of the sprawling North Dakota landscape. The state capitol tour guide promises that “On a clear day, you can see for 30 to 35 miles.” Nature parks, amusement parks, the Bismark Civic Center, historical sites, local breweries, art galleries, theaters, golf courses, and the Lewis and Clark Riverboat tour on the Missouri River will keep anyone busy, so don’t be in a hurry!
  • Theodore Roosevelt National Park. No visit to the “Roughrider State” is complete with stopping at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The park is located in Medora, a small frontier town located approximately a 3-hour drive from Bismark on I-94. Named for the outdoorsman and adventurer Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt (also known as the “conservation president”), the park has the unique distinction of being the sole U.S. national park named after one person. Enjoy the Scenic Loop Drive, the Prairie Dog Town, Teddy’s Elkhorn Ranch, and Oxbow Overlook for a picturesque view of the surrounding wide-open plains and the Little Missouri River. With more than 70,000 acres to roam in, camping, hiking, watching the wildlife, marveling at the night sky, and relaxing in nature are all reasons to check out this national treasure.
  • Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site. North Dakota is proud of its Native American history and culture, and the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site is a perfect place to travel back in time and discover the fascinating life of the state’s earliest inhabitants. There is something incredibly spiritual about setting foot into an authentic Earth Lodge, viewing the artwork from centuries ago, and admiring the ingenuity and creativity of the people who were able to survive in challenging, harsh conditions. The site is located in Stanton, just an hour’s drive from Bismark.
  • Scandinavian Heritage Park. North Dakota has a robust Nordic culture due to the heavy influx of Scandinavian immigration, and that culture is on full display at the Scandinavian Heritage Park. Located in Minot, the park has greeting in several languages: Welcome! (English); Velkommen! (Norwegian); Valkommen! (Swedish) Tervetuloa! (Finnish); Velkomin! (Icelandic). The park is home to countless statues, the towering Gol Stave Church and Museum, flags, Nordic architecture, saunas, windmills, artwork, and a visitors center with a gift shop loaded with souvenirs. The Scandinavian Heritage Park is truly the place where the old world comes alive in the new world.
  • Lake Sakakawea. Located approximately 75 miles in the Missouri River Basin, Sakakawea has the distinction of being the biggest lake in the state, the second biggest in the U.S. by area only trailing Lake Oahe, and the third biggest in the U.S. by volume, behind Lake Mead and Lake Powell. This means that the region presents countless opportunities for camping, boating, hiking, swimming, fishing, ice fishing in the winter, and bird watching.

But you need to be full of energy to experience all that North Dakota has to offer

Face facts. As we age, nothing gets more comfortable. The pounds pile on quicker, the joints ache, the muscles weaken, and our energy levels often plummet as fatigue sets in and threatens our ability to enjoy life and do what we want.

And the drop in the level of our hormones plays a huge role in our gradual deterioration due to aging. And this is the area where we can help.

Our hormone replacement clinics are scattered across the state of North Dakota, and we are ready, willing, and able to guide you back to your youthful vigor and enthusiasm.

Our specialties are human growth hormone (HGH) replacement, testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), and sermorelin (a secretagogue which is a precursor that allows another substance to be secreted) of growth hormone.

Also, we will develop a detailed regimen of nutrition, exercise, stress reduction, restorative sleep, and supplements that will be specially created for you. We will consider all aspects of your current health and lifestyle and design a customized, comprehensive program to turn back the hands of time.

Contact us for a free, no-obligation discussion about the benefits of hormone replacement.



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