Episode 105 | Fargo, Clean Water, & Bigfoot

This week, There’s a campground booking website that now has $48 Million in the bank…will this change the face of campground reservations? A man saw bigfoot at Mammoth Cave National Park, his response wasn’t what you’d expect. How we get clean, drinkable water wherever we go, and our journey to the Roughrider State begins in Fargo, North Dakota. 

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We kicked off the show with the news that Hipcamp has raised a whopping $25 million in funding, bringing their total bank to over $48 mil. With that kind of money, they should be able to revolutionize campground booking. Read about it in Forbes.

The Lifesaver Jerrycan is our secret to get good clean drinking water from anywhere, including rivers and ponds. Check it out on Amazon.

In Fargo, North Dakota, we stayed at the Lindenwood Campground, a great city park right in the middle of town. We enjoyed the replica Viking ship and church at the Hjemkomst Center, the red pandas and grey wolves at the Red River Zoo, and old-timey buildings and artifacts at Bonanzaville, USA. We had wild, crafty burgers at Sickies Garage Burgers & Brew, and a Dilly Bar in the place they were invented – the Moorhead Dairy Queen.

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