After some much-needed rest in Jamestown, we set out on day two of our North Dakota abandoned hunt. The Jamestown Reservoir provided for some lovely early a.m. scenery as we meandered away from the populated city and into the vast and open country of North Dakota.
There were numerous wetlands as we made our way west of the reservoir. Some of which were not so wet, but extremely or completely dry altogether. There wasn’t a shortage of wildlife despite these dry conditions. There were still plenty of areas that still held water along with your typical fowl for this time of year. Although this isn’t consider prime pheasant country, I was a bit disappointing that I only saw one the whole time.
With this type of scenery between abandoned farmsteads the miles just fly by. I have several photos of all the points between here and there of this trip that will soon become our North Dakota Safari post.
We stumbled on this farmstead out in the middle of nowhere near Binford. This must have been a musical household as there were sheet music strewn about the place. There was also remnants of a piano at the bottom of a heap of yesteryear. There was also a skeleton of an acoustic guitar on the second level surround by more sheet music.