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The Real America region is full of history, adventure and world class attractions. In this section you can browse recent articles and stories that have featured the states of Idaho, Montana, South Dakota and/or Wyoming. From our culture and history to the off-the-beaten-path attractions, you'll find plenty of new and exciting ideas for your Real America vacation.

Below we have included links to recent articles according to country. Enjoy!


Fuldaer Zeitung

The article talks about the return of the Old-timer Yellow Busses to Yellowstone National Park and the parks’ sights in general. The author also mentions the parks location and the states of Montana and Idaho. He describes the various possibilities for wildlife-watching the National Park and the Yellow Tour busses as the ideal way to explore the park and the various hot spots to see bears, wolves, buffalo and other unique animals in the Park. Mentioned in particular are: Mammoth Hot Springs and the Lamar Valley. Contact details of the German RMI office as well as the new German RMI website are provided at the end of the article.

Publication date: July 7, 2007
Number of pages: 1/3

Augsburger Allgmeine Reise-Journal

In the September 18, 2007 edition of the Reise Journal an article called “Be aware – the Buffalo come!” written by Margit Brinke and Peter Kraenzle is included.

The article describes vividly the annual Buffalo Roundup in Custer State Park, South Dakota. Mentioned as well are Buffalo Bill Cody, Yellowstone National Park, Mt. Rushmore National Monument as well as Deadwood. Contact details for RMI Germany are given.

Publication date: September 18, 2007
Number of pages: 1

Fuldaer Zeitung

The article is called “28 Schnitte zum Hund” (28 cuts to finish the dog) and talks about the Dog Bark Park Inn in Idaho county, Idaho. With lots of references to the sightseeing highlights nearby, Mr. Kreuzer tells the story of Dennis Sullivan and his wife Francis Conklin and the outcome: the biggest beagle in world. Mentioned in particular are: Hells Canyon, Dworshak Reservoir and the Snake River.

Publication date: July 28, 2007
Number of pages: 1


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