Custer's Cottage

Medora, North Dakota, 58645, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Medora

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

A travel blog entry by suewelsch

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... in the same site. The National Park campground is far nicer, but hooking up and moving would have been a pain, so we decided to stay put. We had secured a site in the National Park Cottonwood campground just in case we had to move, so went back to the campground and released it.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park is divided into three parts, and after reading a lot about the park, we decided to only tour ...

TR Park: badlands, buffalo and wild horses

A travel blog entry by annarichard

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... it's about 10 AM, I'm sitting outside the visitors centre and Anna is inside where she's taking a time-out on me of "one to two hours" because she's so fed up.

So: patience and humility. I guess I've not made much progress on patience. I don't have any time for patience. Ha ha. Anna doesn't see it as a joke. It's not just patience, it's respect. I guess respect is the other side of humility. So still patience and humility both. I ...

Entering North Dakota

A travel blog entry by suewelsch

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... tumblers that cannot be described. They were fantastic. All told, it was a magical evening. The revue ended with colored lights on the hills beyond and a lone rider on a white horse riding down the hill toward the stage. This was followed by a patriotic tribute and then fireworks.

Good news came today that brother Tom is rapidly recovering. It appears that the shunt has ...

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

A travel blog entry by carol_fred

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We arrived at our campground, got set up, detached the car and off to Teddy's park. At the Visitor's Center, we saw a film about the park and Teddy's life. We didn't realize that he lost his first wife and mother on the same day. He was so distraught, he left his infant daughter, Alice, with his sister and went to North Dakota for 2 years. He hunted, raised cattle and ...

Now in Medora North Dakota

A travel blog entry by tdtingle

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... He had many other projects, in the area, as well. He is the one who named the town Medora, after his wife. Long story short, he blew through 1.5 million, of his father in laws money, in the late 1800's. He had some good ideas, but big flop. At around this same time, Teddy Roosevelt came to Medora and bought into a couple of cattle ranches. Teddy later left to make history, as a rough rider and president. While at the ...

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This ranch, located in Medora, is near South Unit, Painted Canyon Overlook, Medora Visitor Center, and North Unit.
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