It looks as though North Dakota’s cottonwood trees think it’s autumn. We spent the day enjoying Theodore Roosevelt National Park, both south and north units. The human history, the geology, and the wildlife are all rather remarkable. Late in the afternoon we headed into the setting sun and found lodging in Wolf Point, Montana.    

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  1. Kathy Thornton

    Jealousy doesn’t begin to describe how I feel sitting here at my desk, working late, but stopping to take a look at all the beautiful photos of your journey thus far.  Hmm…..wishful mindless meanderings fill my head.
    Keep up the fun and adventure.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    Kathy Thornton

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