I visited in February, when it was windy and 65 degrees, but for the full effect, I should have done it in August when it was 101 degrees. Make sure you wear your woolen military uniform, and don't have any fresh water within 20 miles or so. It stands as a reminder of the determination and grit of the pioneers here. This won't be the star attraction of your visit here, but its realism makes it worth a couple hours.
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