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Posted: 06/22/09 06:10am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you are the amusement park/tourist trap/shopping type, stay away (please). But if you love wilderness, there are miles upon miles upon miles of this:

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Paradise on earth for a dogman/upland bird hunter who is fit enough to handle covering miles of that sort of big, rough country on foot each day. Also, the peace, solitude and soul-healing of being out in the middle of a million acres or so of untouched land is beyond description. You can camp many miles from the nearest human. The only places in the US that come close are parts of South Dakota and eastern Montana.


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hey birddogman - nice photo - I have a brittany spaniel but only as a pet. We picked him up at a year old at a rescue shelter last summer and we feel like we won the lottery, what a great dog! Never trained him to hunt, and won't. nice breed, though.

OK, I don't mean to highjack this thread, but I, too, had question about ND - we're considering coming home from a yellowstone trip this summer through ND-MN-WI-MI then down and home. I'm a history teacher and would like to stop at the Lewis and Clark stuff, esp. the Mandan fort. Any comments on these sites near Bismark?

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