Today, I went to the Sheyenne National Grasslands(locally known as the sandhills) in eastern ND about 40 miles SW of Fargo. Great place. I initially went there for hunting but that didn't turn out too well. So I had a little fun with the Jeep instead. Enjoy!
I wish there were places like this around my area. Everyone in this area goes onto the federal land that dullas international airport owns but never built on.
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Ditto! Nice country! Very scenic. What were you hunting for ??
I was bowhunting for deer. This was only my 2nd time at that spot and I hadn't seen anything the weekend before at the area I was sitting, so I decided I'd walk around and try to kick up some deer to see where they were. I kicked up a couple and then decided since I'd walked the area, nothing was going to be there later in the night, so I went wheeling..........but as you can see, I did see some deer.......those ones were about 500 yards away from where I was sitting. I guess this means I'll have to change spots!
wish i would have known about that area when i was living in grand forks. I would have been out there with my old XJ every weekend.
Yeah, I just found this area earlier this month while scouting for a new hunting spot. There are a lot of trails in that area, but most of them, at the moment you can't go on because the USDA leases it out to farmers so their cattle can graze. But once they move their cattle, then more land opens up. All I can say is that it's much better than the normal ND wheeling of driving down dirt roads after it's rained.