Tuesday, January 15, 2008



Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota

Petrified wood of coniferous trees can be found throughout the park. These ancestors of present-day sequoia tell of a wetter climate and changing past environments. Photographer - Larry Ulrich

Theodore Roosevelt Nature & History Association P.O. Box 167, Medora, ND 58645

Dear Ellen & George,

Regards for '08, time for a postcard. I'm writing one a day this year, so you might get a few more than usual. Drop me a line at -------.


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