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... that even I could not fit thru. Original explorers had to blast an entrance. The park also includes a large area of grasslands adjacent to Custer State Park. Many nice scenic views. A couple of large buffalo herds roam the area but I was told that their range is so great that it would be hit or miss to see any. For me, sadly, it was miss. A nice park, but no urge to ...
June 5, 2011 Fort Robinson, Ne
Today I rode my bike along a tough, steep and sandy scenic jeep route through Smiley Canyon. At its worst, it was an altitude induced headache, on the verge of a nose bleed experience! And after that it was rewarding! I've always said that if I could put myself in the right places I would see the wildlife I seeking. Today I saw a kid mountain sheep on his turf. ...
... they might have ever
tasted. Not much here for people just passing through.
The three branches of Soldier Creek can
easily be hopped across up here. Try as you might, you will not find
a hole of water wide enough or deep enough to skinny dip in! The
creek joins the White River below the campgrounds of Fort Robinson.
The White River soon crosses over into the Badlands, flows east until
it is swallowed up by ...
... belief! I didn't get out until after nine this morning, yet in two hours through the camping area, I recorded twenty-one species.
Topping the list were Mountain Bluebirds (m/f), a Hairy Woodpecker and the Black
The bike riding here is great! We have
a lot of uphill on paved surface and more than enough trails ride,
not to mention the single track that I rode (and walked) for two
miles to get the photos shared ...
... of a nationwide spooktacular festival held in Kentucky each year. Sadly, it doesn’t happen until after we head for home, but they were great to chat to, and very interested in our trip.
By then our guide had arrived, a self proclaimed scaredy-cat whose husband normally ran the tours. He was sick, so she was stuck with us. She took us out to the cemetery and pointed out the graves of the victims, then to the Axe Murder House itself. She took a ...