Saturday, October 13, 2012

The Week in Review Featuring the World's Largest Buffalo

This year I seem to have accidentally started a new hobby. I've started going slightly out of my way whenever possible to snap pictures of some of the world's largest things. Last weekend I was passing through North Dakota on my way to Saskatchewan when I saw a sign for "the world's largest buffalo." I had to stop and take a picture. I don't have any plans for seeing the world's largest anything this weekend, I'm going to a football game instead. Wherever you are in the world, I hope that you have something fun planned too.

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