Super 8 Custer / Crazy Horse Area
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... RV park and are settled in for the evening a little earlier than some days have been. If all goes as I hope, you will have several videos along with pictures this evening. I was able to upload them to the TravelPod site via my cell phone thus not having to wait for what I already knew would be a slow wifi connection here in the park. Pictures went up fairly easily from here yesterday and I hope it will be the same today.
We drove 77 miles today.
... time there was the largest collection of boxwork formations in the world, and lots of popcorn growths. There is only one small natural entrance just big enough to crawl through, and the volume of wind whistling in or out of the cave system (depending on the relative atmospheric pressures inside and outside) gave the cave it's name. Nowadays, of course, they have dynamited a hole fit for tourists, and installed an elevator, but still they have only mapped 140 ...
Those buffalo acted as if they were out for a day of “people watching”.
Who was watching who???
About 2 miles down the road we see another herd of Buffalo. These buffalo were within a couple of feet of the road, but none were on the road.
This group had huge bulls and we ...
... to take in more exhibits and views of the Heads.
Then we finished the Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway to see the Needle's Eye and the Cathedral Spires. By the end of the drive we were pretty much ready to relax ...
... got on and we had a very quick Skype with Jessica and Talia -- all excited about Easter. Timing can be everything.
This morning our first stop out of Billings was the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument which had its fees waived for this weekend. There is a National Cemetery there as well and I was just thinking the other day how I would like to actually stop at one. We have seen the one at Cabrillo Point in San Diego but only ...