GSM 2014 August North Dakota - Day 0
Jun 25, 2015Public
Photo: Along the Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway, south of Valley City, ND
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Photo: poppies
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Photo: Old schoolhouse along Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway
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Photo: National Buffalo Museum, Jamestown, North Dakota
Photo: National Buffalo Museum
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Photo: A very fancy saddle
Photo: Buffalo horn chair
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Photo: Frontier Village at the National Buffalo Museum
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Photo: Fortunately, the cell door does not lock!
Photo: This 26-foot-tall, 60-ton concrete giant has been standing watch over Jamestown from the Frontier Village since 1959. Created by sculptor Elmer Petersen, he has proven one of the midwest's most popular roadside attractions for over 50 years.  In 2010, the World's Largest Buffalo received his name, Dakota Thunder.
Photo: Chuck, Maria, and Dan acting like tourists by Dakota Thunder
Photo: Dave found Dakota Thunder to be very patient about picture taking.
Photo: Rare white buffalo in the herd owned by the National Buffalo Museum
Photo: Our group camp site at Medora Camp Grounds, located in a bend of the Little Missouri River near Theodore Roosevelt National Park
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