Little North Dakota town’s webcam racks up millions of views


The camera was the idea of a Cavalier man who donated $12,000 to set it up. But he and other locals didn’t know it would be as popular as it is today

“People all over the country and now all over the world that are constantly checking in,” said Rachel Morrison from the Cavalier Chamber of Commerce.

Viewers tune in to this town about 15 miles south of the Canadian border from as far away as New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

And some are even considering moving to the small town to escape the big city.


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