Northern States Ride 2016

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The rugged lava fields form a natural barrier, and native American and later settlers had to circumvent the lava fields. Pronghorn, which are neither deer nor antelope, have only a narrow migration corridor, in places only a few hundred yards wide, between the Craters of the Moon lava fields and the foothills of the Pioneer Mountains.

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