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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we have seen Pronghorn, Mule Deer, Oil Rigs, and Snow. WAIT, SNOW in summer? Yep, in the distance we can see snow on the Rockies. Maeve and I, Molly have seen two more animals that we had never seen before,Pronghorn and Mule Deer. There are tons of oil Rigs around here. There are also ...
... element there) but Dani loved her time in the Badlands and would have been quite happy to have spent all day among the rocks and ravines. While we were out exploring we came across a Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep who was just lying there in the shade. These are an introduced species, the original Audobon Bighorn having been hunted to extinction in the early 20th century. There were also bears in the prairie but they too became extinct. We saw many prairie dog ...
... on the curves. We made it to a town called Red Lodge and had pizza. Really a neat looking little town. But we had bigger plans than to stay and play in this town. We left for South Dakota and are now camped for the night and will finish the drive tomorrow morning in Deadwood.. Other cool sightings along the way: 2 deer standing in the middle of a creek, some kind of really fluffy furry creature we have yet to identify, and a bunny at the camp ...
... their gift shop.
The museum is only one room abut it's packed with fossils and other displays. The Black Hills Institute has found many Tyranosaurus rex fossils and they have many of them, or casts of them, on display.
One of their finds that is not on display is Sue, the largest, most complete and best preserved T. rex fossil found to date. The story of ...
After we crossed the Black Hills In the morning, we arrived in Wyoming, a state where the West is still wild! We passed the coil and oil town of Gillette on the eastern edge of the Powder River Basin, which became the center of a battleground in the 1870s, as ...