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Submitted by Lyndsay Sundeen

Hi There!

I was listening the to KDWB radio and they were interviewing you about your United States excursion. I live here in the Twin Cities but my family lives in North Dakota. I don't know your exact route....my family lives in New Salem ND, which is the western part of the state (this is also the pretty part of North Dakota). My sister and her husband run a family dairy farm...it's one of the largest dairy farms around that area. My stepdad is the "Newspaper Man" he owns the small town newspaper and writes and prints the newspaper weekly. The best part about my town is we have the World's Largest Holstein Cow, which is a statue. This Cow is well known, it has been featured in books and on the beginning credits of Road Rules MTV. Our town revolves around this cow....our school's mascot is the Holstein. We have a town celebration in the summer called "Cow Town, Hoe Down." During this celebration we play a game called "Cow Bingo," where we bring in a cow (from a local farm) fence it in, in the center of the town. We draw a bingo card on the ground where the cow is fenced in. We take bets on what number the cow is going to poop on. It's pure crazy! Let me know if you decide to head out to western ND. New Salem is located 30 miles west of the state's capital, Bismarck. Good luck on your trip!

all my best!

Sincerely,

Lyndsay Sundeen