Butte-ifulTheodore Roosevelt National Park, ND

Theodore Roosevelt National Park sketch by Chandler O'Leary

Like Saguaro, Theodore Roosevelt National Park is divided into two separate units. Unlike Saguaro, the North Dakota badlands are an old, familiar haunt of mine. Greener and less weathered than their craggy South Dakota siblings, these buttes have a similar mystery to them, all the same. It’s not hard to see why they were dear to Teddy Roosevelt’s heart—just as they’re dear to mine.

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Comments (2)

  1. Marva

    Just ran across your blog via Pinterest! How awesome!!!! I’m so inspired I think my head is going to explode!!! In a good way! I’ve been to so many of the places you’ve sketched!!!

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