Theodore Roosevelt National Park
After completing the lower portion of Roosevelt National Park we took another day and drove the Northern Part. It's about an hour or so drive to the North part of the park. Another day of driving the out and back road and taking little side hikes.
First up was Wind Canyon Trail which brings you to a nice overlook of the Little Missouri River.
Beautiful views all around.
There were many more wild horses on this part of the park.
The gray guy was my favorite. Loved his coloring.
You can see for miles out here and it's only a small portion of the area.
Steve, Me, Steve & Diane
More grays, yellows and purples on this side too.
Sort of toad stools on the tops of these.
We all agreed we enjoyed the North Part more.
On our last day we walked through town and visited the Cowboy Museum & Hall of Fame.
There was quite a bit of info on cowboy life. Roping, herding, bronk riding, guns, etc.
Lawrence Welk was from the are too.
The intricate saddle work was my favorite.
History about the rodeo clowns.
Lots of belt buckles and guns.
They also included a little bit about the dinosaurs that once roamed this area.
Since it was off-season, it was very quiet around the cute town.
You can smell the Lilac blossoms blooming all over.
Always important to keep those stickers clean and readable!
The guys having fun.
Goodbye to our friends in the park.
One more day in North Dakota and it brings us to a very high place!