Teddy Roosevelt National Park is actually divided into two parts — the South Unit and the North Unit. Both are incredibly beautiful; the South is larger with more varied terrain, while the North Unit contains more animals, mountain lions and elk among them. And as I was checking into the Visitor Center at the North Unit yesterday morning, bison were casually walking around not more than 30 feet from the building. The weather has been a little dicey, with tornado warnings included, but so far none have touched down. The following photos were taken yesterday at the North Unit.