|The Marquis de Mores.|
|Medora, the Marquise de Mores.|
|The smoke stack is the only thing left of the Marquis' abattoir. :Photo by Judy Wells|
|Teddy Roosevelt attired in New York version of buckskins.|
Teddy, on the other hand, credited Medora and the North Dakotans with teaching him enough about his fellow man while making a man out of him to enable him to be a successful president.
|Ranch cabin from the Maltese Cross Ranch. Photo by Judy Wells.|
|Debi and Teddy, alias Joe Wiegand, chat. Photo by Judy Wells.|
|Debi slept where Teddy did. Photo by Debi Lander.|
|Rough Riders Hotel. Photo by Judy Wells.|
|Lobby of Rough Riders Hotel. Photo by Debi Lander.|
|Audience participation is a small part of the musical. Photo by Debi Lander.|
Wishful cowboys and girls will love the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame.
|North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame. Photo by Debi Lander.|
The town itself has a few touristy spots, but places like the
|Post office and bank. Photo by Debi Lander.|
|Town Hall. Photo by Judy Wells.|
|Firehouse. Photo by Judy Wells.|
make up for any hints of phoniness.
The locals welcome you without a false note.
Just like Teddy, we thought it a bully good place.
We'll show and tell you more about why in our next posts.