Campbell's 2010 Western and Northeast Trip Journal travel blog

Prairie view in Theodore Roosevelt NP.

Bison walkway in park.

Bison footprints on trail.

Bison trail starting point.

Our hike along the Bison trail.

Another view of hiking trail.

Hike leader, Sam, at washout. Indians spooked a herd of Bison and...

Hiking trail.

End of hike with Bison carcass.

Bison carcass.

Martha's failed cart. Martha took a sharp turn chasing a tennis ball....

Martha's repaired cart using Gorilla Glue and hose clamps.

Medora Dinner: Pork Chops with blueberry sauce and mashed sweet potatoes.

Adding North Dakota to our 'We camped here' map.

This product both laundry detergent and softener on a sheet that goes...


July 14 – Roaming in the Bison’s Home

This morning, we did laundry, vacuumed the truck, changed campground reservations, lubed the RV suspension links, repaired Martha’s cart and strolled around downtown Medora.

After lunch, we entered the Theodore Roosevelt NP again and drove to the north portion of the loop road to participate in a hike entitled Give Me a Roam in the Buffalo’s Home.

We were lead by an intern, Sam, who is from Tennessee. We walked a couple miles in the prairie grass between eroded hillsides and ended at the carcass of a dead bison.

Wikipedia Info on Bisons

We changed our future trip route and campground reservations and will camp at Houghton, MI in the Upper Peninsula where an Isle Royal NP visitor’s center is located. We will take the virtual tour of Isle Royal NP instead of taking three hours to get their by boat and three hours back and a pile of cash.

Tomorrow, Thursday, we are heading east to eastern-North Dakota for a one night stay.

Have a great day.




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