Let me clarify: the site itself is fairly interesting in that it is a place where pre-historic Indians drove bison over a cliff to harvest them. There is an enormous collection of bones and other artifacts to suggest the history of the site.
What we found inspiring was the management of the site. It is essentially the work of a man and his wife who dedicate themselves to interpreting and preserving this interesting place. We had a tour with the Mrs. and she came out in a driving rain just for us. She was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about this site.
So, yes, this is an interesting place to visit, regardless of its management but because it is the passion of a dedicated couple, you can't help but want to support them. This is the one place in Havre to see if you are passing throgh.
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