CLIMATE: snow in winter, hot and very dry in summer
BEST TIME TO VISIT: any
The Sanish that exists today is the newer Sanish. They had to relocate the original Sanish when the Garrison Diversion Project brough Lake Sakakawea to central North Dakota.
REMAINS: None, unless the water gets really low. Stories exist of the original foundations of the buildings being exposed when Lake Sakakawea was really low during the droughts of the '70's.
|Another town that fell victim to Lake Sakakawea. It was relocated to a place a few miles west of New Town, ND. Submitted by: Matt Rothchild