Monday, July 02, 2007

2 July - Pheasants


We were amazed at the vast beauty of the Dakotas. Green grass prairie, wheat fields and other crops rolling over the hills as far as the eye can see.

Regent, North Dakota claims to be the pheasant hunting capitol of the world. We believe it! The place is infested with them! Candleman tends to stretch the truth at times, but honestly, we saw hundreds along the roads!

They are big, healthy and abundant.





5 comments:

Jen said...

I still can't believe you stopped to see the birds.

Katie Michelle said...

Ha ha! Where is your tent? I thought you were going to camp underneath of it so you guys could look like a turd...Ha ha!

Les said...

Looks a lot like southeast Nebraska. Have fun! I'm going to enjoy this travelblog!

ReveryWings said...

Pictures this day truly show some out standing people, farmers, and birds. Each in their own field. If there are so many pheasants... the Dakotians must not be very good shots. You are such gbopl to share your trip with us.

Booklogged said...

Our tent would have looked very funny under that big pheasant. Hilarious!