Oddities—North Unit

Sixty-eight miles north of Medora lies the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Leah and I had agreed that we would visit the North Unit on our second day. Although not nearly as inconvenient as reaching the North rim of the Grand Canyon--getting to the north from the south was an easy drive. We…Read more Oddities—North Unit

Horsing Around—South Unit

Theodore Roosevelt National Park is a tribute to the man who became a conservationist out of his love for the North Dakota badlands. In fact, he credits his North Dakota experience as early preparation for his ascension to the Presidency. It's easy to understand Roosevelt's attraction to the hardscrabble prairie, the steep rolling mounds of…Read more Horsing Around—South Unit