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... used to roam these prairies. It must have been an awe inspiring sight. Again, there were a lot of babies with this group. Suddenly a group of bikers on the other side of the herd coming our way apparently decided that they had waited long enough for the buffalo to do their thing and, disregarding the fact that the animals had the right of way, they started gunning their motors and pushing through the herd. This started off a mini stampede and was a ...
... the local herd of wild horses and burros. These feral donkeys were very friendly little creatures, a mother and foal (?) wandering among the assembled tourists.
There were more Bison along the way, very close to the road. Sam was pretty happy to see them up so close that it was possible to pick the grass in their shaggy wool.
By the time we got back to Hot Springs, we had added dozens of White tail and Mule deer to our list, but ...
... groundbreaking, the operator of the backhoe noticed what looked like bones. Everything stopped in order to determine what was beneath the soil. The area was loaded with the remains of animals that had fallen into a warm springs sink hole at this site about 26,000 years ago. Since then, digs have been ongoing. In the 1980's the largest part of the site was put under roof, which is what you see when you visit. A tour guide takes ...
... where it really happened. We walked past both places, so I guess we covered that. It’s a cool town. I’ve heard it compared to Tombstone, but we used to live 20 minutes from Tombstone and they are really different to me. Tombstone is more like the southwest and this seems more like a wild west gambling town. They’re both really cool. We walked over to Mt. Moriah cemetery and saw the tombstones of Wild Bill ...
... up. Afterwards we went to Randy and Kathy's beautiful home just outside of Hot Springs and spent another couple of hours visiting. Since they both had to work Tuesday, we said our goodbyes and went the couple of miles back to the KOA. We turned in shortly after we got back and woke up in the middle of the night to the pitter patter of rain on our "RV."
What a wonderful day in the Black Hills and great visit with Randy and Kathy.
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