Continuing my quest for the North American 29, I started searching out a free range Bison hunt last year. I discovered the Oglala Sioux Reservation Bison hunt while perusing the auction list for the Wild Sheep Foundation. After a bit more research and a phone call to the Director of the Reservation Game Department I placed my bid. Fortunately, I was the high bidder and we set the hunt date for December 1st. That is Thanksgiving weekend so my oldest son Grant decided to help me make the drive from San Antonio to Kyle, South Dakota. Normally, I would fly this distance for a hunt but with the quarry being Bison, I want to bring back as much meat as possible from the hunt. Day 1 We got our gear loaded Thanksgiving morning and headed to share the Holiday meal with family. We visited for a while but basically ate and ran! We dropped my younger son Parker off at his truck to do a bit of bow hunting at our ranch this evening then headed North. About seven and a half hours later we arrived in Perryton, Texas which was the last town in Texas before crossing into Oklahoma. We got a room and turned in, our plan is to hit the road by 7 in the morning.