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The two RV Gypsies drove many miles in
North Dakota checking out
the World's Largest Oddities -
statues, monuments, sculptures, etc.
look at the photos below and click on them
To see an enlarged photo, descriptions, and locations of each of the below items, just click on them in any order you choose. After viewing additional photos, descriptions or history of each one, there will be a "back" button at the bottom of each page to take you back to this page. Enjoy!

Lewis and Clark expo and big dog

Karen Duquette on Rusty the Giant Turtle Karen Duquette on the Wheel Turtle in Dunseith, ND Hot and cold water towers in Garrison ND
Zombie Golf Giant Lee Duquette and Tommy Turtle Four Arrows Monument in Belcourt ND sandhill crane
The world's biggest walleye fish   the world's biggest cow the world's biggest buffalo
Menu for the two RV Gypsies in North Dakota,
June 2012
Below are eight (8) sections of the adventures of the two RV Gypsies in North Dakota. You may view them in any order you wish.
White Buffalo in Jamestown
Fargo, Walk of Fame, The Woodchipper
Enchanted Highway
Big Oddities
Theodore Roosevelt Nat'l Park
& wildlife
Rugby - the Geographical Center
of North America
The Painted Canyon

The International Peace Garden

Look Below

go to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies AFTER you have seen all six (6) sections above, please continue on to Wibaux - The Gateway to Montana, plus Makoshika State Park - The Badlands of eastern Montana.