"North Dakota, a place of subtle beauty and legendary icons of the American West. The Fort Seward Wagon Train gives folks the opportunity to travel across the North Dakota prairie in covered wagons. Bee Keeper Bob Morlock tends his bees which contributes to North Dakota being #1 in honeyproduction. Dakota Growers reveals the nation's 3rd largest pasta company and in Gwinner, Bobcat opens their doors to a peek at their newest "big boys toys."" At Jamestown's National Buffalo Museum, the world's largest buffalo and a very rare albino buffalo named Whitecloud. In Carrington, Pipestem Creek creates decorative and edible birdhouses, wreaths and table decorations made out of sunflowers, corn & other grains. Killdeer is home of North Dakota's oldest rodeo with incredible action as cowboys attempt to ride wild bulls & bucking horses. Former rodeo rider Walter Piehl became an artist who now paints the rodeo action in large abstract-expressionist works of art. Shawn Kramer mastered the art of leather carving after his rodeo days were over and now he creates one of kind custom saddles. Near Washburn, the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center provides an overview of the Lewis & Clark Expedition, with special emphasis on the time spent at Fort Mandan during the winter of 1804-1805. Off Interstate 94, "whimsey" along the Enchanted Highway...the World's Largest Metal Sculptures produced by artist Gary Greff. Historic Medora shows off its gems like the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, Bully Pulpit Golf Course and the live spectacular, Medora Musical.