Sunday, August 31, 2014

August in North Dakota

08/09/14: We're "back home" in North Dakota.


 Lots of construction, and lots of water here too

 World's largest buffalo on a hill at Jamestown, ND, with a live herd nearby.




 This was in the Bismarck Sam's Club parking lot. Above motorhome, jacks down, slides out, and grilling supper. Below, homemade camper, he was working on it that night.



 Sweet Briar Recreation Area, north of I-94. One of our favorite stopping spots because of being by the water, and luckily very few people.


 There were geese all over - you had to watch where you were walking

I think he bottomed out...
 





 Sunflower field, not yet ready for harvest
 World's largest holstein cow, Salem Sue, New Salem, ND




Lots of motorcycles, most likely on their way home from the Sturgis, SD motorcycle rally.

 The sculpture "Geese in Flight" is currently listed in the Guinness World Book of Records as the Largest Scrap Metal Sculpture in the entire world. This is off I-94, exit 72. If you take the highway through the town of Gladstone and to Regent, you are on the "Enchanted Highway" which has a lot of metal sculptures along the way.

Lots of "world's largest" on this highway!


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