We left the Harvey campground very early in the morning before any train horn blasting began and also to beat the high winds predicted for the day. Our next town would be
Anamoose, population 230, and only sixteen miles away. They had a small campground (three spots) in their city park. You can see us way back there in the center. This was so much nicer. We had shade, no highway traffic and best of all the train tracks were nearly a mile away.
Now I will add that the horn blowing still happened here in Anamoose but it was far removed. One train engineer did just a few toots and that was it. Another train engineer laid on the horn throughout the entire time passing by the town.
I have come to a conclusion about the horn blowing: Its just the fact that some train engineers are simply rectal orifices.