Les français en odyssée caucasienne!!! @abdou.b75 et @dallynoor , ça va ? @djip_tyrizm avec son redoutable bison / aurochs !! #aurochs#bison#tchetchenie#chechen#chechnya @tripadvisor @trippintwentysomething @nortrip @bbc_travel @bbcearth @bbcnews @bbc @bbcpersian @bbcrussian @bbcsport @bbcarabic
Damn where does time go I still remember when you girls were born premature at just 6 months. Those tough Christmas and New Year's Eve visits in our station wagon that would leave us stranded on the side of the freeway just to see you girls. Now you girls are going to a University for pediatricians looking forward to payback to the future families in need. Definitely a bitter sweet moment for us but we know you twins got this 😍😭💔❤️. #stgeorge#utah#bison#trailblazers#zionnationalpark
Here's a cool shot of a calf being fed by momma. It was actually headbutting her pretty hard. Kind of a violent rascal. I softened the pic for sentimental value and cropped out the butthole for the faint of hearted viewers. Lol.
On our way across North Dakota, @roadtrippers informed us that the "World's Largest Buffalo" was located nearby @discoverjamestownnd.
Not wanting to miss out on such an adventure, and needing to stretch our legs mid-drive, we decided to check it out.
There was a fun, busy looking bar on the way in, and a very friendly caretaker directed us to the designated RV parking lot.
While the oversized Buffalo is the headliner, he is not the only draw, as he is located on the outskirts of a "Frontier Town" and near the Buffalo Museum.
The town consists of a street with buildings on both sides labeled "Blacksmith," "Fire Department," etc. All, including the church and general store, are original frontier buildings which were relocated from various locations around the state to their current home.
During prime tourism season, visitors can enjoy stage coach and train rides as well as watch shootouts.
Since we were there shortly before close, we opted to get our photo with the Buffalo and to take a quick look at the varied collections of items in the buildings. Although this is billed as a Frontier Town, in the buildings it feels a bit more like a frontier town that has had contact with visitors from the future who left behind information and artifacts about future technological advances like space travel.
Also, the wind moving the playground equipment? Definitely felt a bit spooky!