By the time we hit Hebron, we were down to our last few minutes of sunlight, and we used them to investigate Ft. Sauerkraut, a replica of a sod structure first built by German settlers who had heard rumblings of an impending attack by Native Americans and didn't feel they had time to order lumber before starting to build. When the rumor proved false, they abandoned the fort, and--being sod--it fell apart over the years.
That's all we had time to see. (And isn't that enough?!) Our next stop was Richardton for fuel and a bathroom break and then onto the interstate for the few miles remaining to Dickinson. It was fun to see so much that we hadn't seen before, but there was much more we could have seen had we been traveling on a weekday (museums and other attractions were closed due to its being Sunday). It's surprising how much there is to do and see in ND if only one takes the time to check out the possibilities!
P.S. Compare the fourth day of camp this summer to last year's Day 4.