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North Dakota's scenic views

Wild horses, roaming free in the park, lift their heads to cool off in the wind. Submitted by Bonnie Sayers.

Living in eastern North Dakota, it is easy for us to think of our state as being flat, with treeless plains and endless miles of highway. However, the western edge of the state gives way to a very different landscape. The Theodore Roosevelt National Park and Medora area offers many picture-perfect photo opportunities, with free roaming bison, wild horses, elk, and prairie dogs, along with breathtaking views overlooking canyons, valleys, vistas, and colorful rock formations.

West Fargoan Bonnie Sayers managed to capture the rugged beauty of Western North Dakota in a photo series she has graciously offered to share with our readers. For a closer look at more of her photos, visit our Web site at www.westfargopioneer.com.

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