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October 02, 2008


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Linda (minnemom)

Yes, this is a beautiful part of North Dakota, isn't it? I grew up in another part of the state, but my parents still drive to Medora almost every year (7+ hours) to see the musical and enjoy the area.


We definitely want to go back! We've talked about doing a trip to North and South Dakota so we could see more of places like Teddy Roosevelt Nat'l Park and Custer State Park. This time out, we only spent a little time in the Dakotas on the way to and from Montana and Wyoming.

Rachel Burton

Hey - wandered over from AW. Beautiful photos. Teddy Roosevelt is one of my favorite presidents.

I'm a Florida girl transplanted to the Midwest, so I meander here too... Have a great trip!

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