A few things we saw today during our drive through the vast flatlands of Minnesota and North Dakota

Seen on a farm in Todd County, Minnesota:

Outside a petrol station in Frazee, Becker County, Minnesota:

The big claim to fame of Jamestown, North Dakota, is the world's largest buffalo. It stands next to the buffalo museum (which is a lot better than it sounds), a collection of buildings from the 1800s, and a large protected area where a herd of buffalo (bison) roam free.

Jamestown's other claim to fame is that it is the hometown of Louis L'Amour, one of the biggest selling authors of western novels. I have read (well, listened to the audiobooks actually) most of his books over the last 10 years. The shack that he used to write in is preserved here.