North Dakota National Parks June 3, 2016May 25, 2017 North Dakota National Parks: Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Fort Union Trading Post, and Knife River Indian Village in North Dakota Look who came to breakfast? Theodore Roosevelt’s Cabin Petrified Forest Concrete Concretions The black line is a coal vein. People used to roast marshmallows in the burning coal. Fort Union Trading Post Knife River Earth Lodge Knife River Indian Villages Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Tatonka looks pretty hungry.
It is hard to resist Albert’s cooking.
Hello Michelle, this and another bison lived in the Cottonwood Campground the two days we were there. I opened the door to the RV the first morning and the bison was 15 feet away. Breakfast was delayed that morning. Albert