Jack Dura September 9, 2017 12 Months of North Dakota Jack Dura September 9, 2017 Twelve months in 12 places in North Dakota ... January: St. Stanislaus Catholic Church in Warsaw, constructed in 1901. February: Railroad tracks and collapsed elevator at Cayuga. March: Poker Jim Cemetery, a cowboy graveyard near the Little Missouri River in central McKenzie County. April: The White Earth River east of Tioga. May: Quaking aspens along Lake Metigoshe. June: Wind Canyon in Theodore Roosevelt National Park's South Unit near Medora. July: Heart River Valley north of the Grant County line. August: Abandoned farmstead near Crystal Springs off of Interstate 94. September: Trees at Lake Trenton, an oxbow of the Missouri River south of Williston October: Pembina Gorge west of Walhalla. November: At White Butte, North Dakota's highest natural point, south of Amidon. December: A Dakota marker 33 miles west of the Dakotas' tri-point with Minnesota.