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... here. The path looked to be a bison trail. Very narrow with tall grass on either side with multiple forks. We got about a mile into it when we thought we lost it . No, it just went into the thicket. Thinking we would continue a little farther we started in. Rattlesnake just to my left!
I had disturbed it with my hiking stick. A big guy about 3 ft long 12 inches from me. Time to back up slowly and turn back. There ...
... woman is yelling something. We can't make out what she is saying - mostly because her words are being sucked away with the wind but we realize we better pull over. As Bo checks the mirror to pull onto the shoulder he suddenly sees what is causing her panic, our awning on the trailer is flapping in the wind. Crafty Bo quickly puts two zap straps together and jumps out to reattach the awning - after instructing our oblivious kids to not get out of the Armada not mater ...
... of wild lands stretching from Florida to California, and Puerto Rico, Alaska and Hawaii.
We were lucky to get one of the last campsites in the South Unit and settled in for the night. The next morning we drove the 36-mile loop through the Park where we were treated to magnificent scenery and plenty of wildlife, including pronghorn, feral horses, bison and the ever-present prairie dogs. We stopped at the ...
... one farm that had several oil wells on it near the road; also another that had a small wind farm. We also saw a gigantic statue of a dairy cow on top of a hill right outside a small town. We have no idea why it was there, as all of the cattle we had seen were beefers.
We had lunch at the Trapper's Kettle, a fairly large restaurant 2/3 of the way to the park. Peg had the elk burger I had a hamburger. What was notable was the quantity of animal heads on display and ...
... through" all of the lower 48 states and Alaska, six Canadian Provinces and one Canadian Territory in our motorhome.
Initially, the topology of ND was much like I had envisioned - rolling grasslands with miles and miles of nothingness. But as we headed west, the land opened up with some beautiful canyons that comprise the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. If we are back in this part of the country, this would be worth checking ...