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We traveled early to watch the sunrise by the buttes. Nicely marked with signs along roads directing us to the Grasslands, then within the "East" Grassland Park, the rustic sign easily lead us to the covered picnic area, restroom, and the trail head (also butte...More
We drove through the eastern unit of the grassland during a recent road trip on a Monday and a Tuesday. Routes 14 and 17 are two-lane and there was little traffic - very quiet and peaceful. There are miles of waving grasses in every direction;...More
Imagine what life was like prior to white mans arrival. Miles of open prairie, sun dried grasses. Now, instead of buffalo and antelope roaming the range, cattle, windmills, and oil wells rule. The roads are good to accommodate the trucks. Take a picnic and just...More
Was using the free shooting range when I met Michael, a federal employee working there. I was so impressed with his work ethic that I gave him my contact information and inquired about volunteering my services. I have since worked with Michael twice and plan...More
I went on the Pawnee Buttes trail which was beautiful. I was disappointed as I had chosen this trail based on an atlas note that said there were fossils along the trail. I found none though the geology was very interesting.
There had been a...More
We (Fido and myself) were passing thru from Dallas to Montana and decided to pitch tent at the Crow Valley campground inside the PNG. Crow Valley is a small single loop facility with some campsites hugging the seasonal Crow Creek. These sites are well shaded...More
When my dog was living I took him for a ride their. It was so cute got a pic a deer looking at him but none of him looking at the deer.
I believe it was early April when I went their and they have...More
We decided to take a side trip to the Grasslands. Weather was threatening but we had a lovely walk. We did see the meadowlarks (hard not to, really--they were everywhere) and some hawks. It's an unusual landscape if you are not from that part of...More
I drove out to the shooting range here just to check things out one morning. It's nearly an hour drive from my house in Johnstown. I hadn't planned to shoot, rather wanted to see how things were set up, and kill some of my morning....More