Day 125

I saw some dots

July 29th, 2010

They were bison, and they were very far away.


  1. John in MI says:

    Very cool…as most everything else has been I might add.

  2. John in MI says:

    For additional information:

  3. Gigi says:

    I was hoping one would be curious about you and post for a pic or two ;-)

  4. Karen Too says:

    I’m sure that they were staring at Matt, even from such a distance. He he.

  5. CJ in MN says:

    I wonder if they originally planned to apply a radius to each corner of this indicated by the white border

  6. Terry from Missoula says:

    This like most of the signs on the Flathead Nation are bilingual Salish and English.

  7. Craig ( NC!) says:

    ok this sucks…..
    Niox(w) enc(v)………
    someone have time to translate?

    • deanna valenti meyer says:

      Thanks for that info Terry…Bi-Ligual sign…how neat! Salish & English…nice!! I guess the Salish Nation was large…we have a few things around here in WA with the Salish title in it. Neato!!!

  8. Don in Tennessee says:


    When you walked by I bet they all looked at you and said –

    “We May Never Meet Again”; BI SON!!!

    And they nodded their heads in approval of your trek across AMERICA!!!

    Bison are cool looking creatures and their burgers are good!!!

  9. Dennis in So Cal says:

    Thanks Wikipedia…..” Ntox(w) enc” is a slang term used by the Yanktonai tribe’s Scrabble players…its literal meaning is: “I would have won if my buffalo had not swallowed my vowels.”

  10. Saun in Ohio says:

    ha ha

  11. Angelica says:

    uhh I still don’t get what is up with the name.

    • Jeff says:

      You walked the whole island of Manhatten – pretty awesome Angelica. Your right, there are parts of the city – that you are like…what this is part of new york? awesome.

  12. Jim in AR via MN says:

    Seems easy to me…it’s just more PC…

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