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The Great Plains are a land of both extremes. They have some of the most fertile soil in the world, but they also have some of the harshest and driest conditions that exist. It is this dichotomy between man’s constant struggle for survival with nature’s never-ending cycle that makes these plains so fascinating to visit and explore. In this blog post, we will talk about three such adventures: one where we get up close and personal with a herd of bison living on an Oklahoma ranch; another where we take an overland tour through eastern Colorado; and finally, one where we venture into Nebraska at its widest point to see how it has been shaped by wind erosion. – We start off our journey with a visit to the Oklahoma ranch of Jim Peeler, who first came to the Great Plains in 2001 and bought his own herd of bison. He now has over 150 head as well as deer, raccoons, coyotes and bobcats on his property. His love for this region is contagious; he wants others to see what it’s like out here so they can better appreciate the land we all share together — even if you’re from New York City or Los Angeles! – Next up was an excursion through eastern Colorado where we took part in some hands-on activities such as herding sheep at one point during our tour. It really helped us understand how important animals are (both


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