First "right off the bat" ( who in the heck started that old saying anyway? )...
...I am NOT an expert in the field of "Making Out" - I mean take a look at my profile pic and you'll see why. While writing this article, I gathered some valuable information from a seasoned pro...a fellow employee. I will say this however, I have seen for myself three of the places that will be mentioned, and in typical fashion I was alone ( no date of course )

"The Desert" in Bismarck

I drove out to this place which is just past U Mary - Kimball Recreation Area - here you will find a pretty remote area, quiet except when the 4-wheelers and motorcycles are ripping through - word of caution I have been told - "When the road ends, not a great idea to continue through the sand, for you might get stuck ( which probably would ruin your "Make Out" plans )

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New Salem Sue

Everybody is aware of this winding hill...in New Salem...which leads to the very top where a HUGE cow is overlooking the valley below. Behave yourself, especially if you are feeling extra frisky - the last thing you want is SUE to fall on top of you...or your date...or both.

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When I was living in Minot, I would drive by this "Hidden" place all the time

Here it is, as most romantic spots are at the top of a hill, this lovey-dovey area overlooks the blinking business lights of Broadway AND a Hotel - which is eerily too close to your smooching moves ( I have heard tales of angry hotel residents complaining of the LOUD sounds resonating...)

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Some other excitable heartbeat spots

My informant told me that just by mentioning these next few places, people WILL know where they are, and all the "Dirt"

"Car Bodies" - Mandan

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"Around The World" - West Of Mandan

So listen, good luck in your hanky-panky ventures.


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