Sea Star 7

1998 Bayliner LeClercq


Today we toured all over South Decota. 

We had a picnic in the Custer State Park and drove all over looking at the wildlife.  They recently rounded up all 1500 of the park’s buffalo, so most of them were still in a group.

We went for a walk at Sylvan Lake.

We drove the Needles Highway, which has some incredible rock formations that are tall and skinny.

The highlight of the trip today was the Mammoth Site.  It was a big pit that the Mammoths fell into and drowned.  As a result, there are tons of Mammoth bones here.  They’ve preserved many of the bones in place and you can tour it.  It was surreal.  You felt like you were on a movie set and everything was made of plaster, but its still a working archeological site.

We were supposed to have dinner at Char’s favorite place, the Alpine Inn, but it was closed.  We went to the Ruby House instead.

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