|Another runaway ramp. It was the only one that we saw this time. It was the last mountain pass that we went through.|
They arrived at the visitors center just in time to see the last showing of the video on the Battle of Little Big Horn. It is shown in a room with windows all around and you can see the battlefield. There are grave stones all over the battlefield. All the bodies have since been removed and the white men were placed in one large grave with a monument containing all of their names. The Indians removed those they lost and buried them elsewhere. The grave stones show where each man died and it has their name, if known.
|This is Last Stand Hill. This is where Custer died. The marker with the black on it is his. That is where he died.|
|This is where all the soldiers are now buried. The officers were buried elsewhere. Custer is buried at West Point.|
|Another view of Last Stand Hill.|
|The brown markers show where Sioux Indians died during the battle.|
|Yes, we are in rattlesnake country. Yikes!|
|This is part of the Indian memorial.|
Our campground was pretty, but not very good for us. Tons of gravel. They have grass at the sites, but you have to walk over gravel to get anywhere.
|You can rent this if you want.|
|We made it. We waved to Dad, but he ignored us.|
|The view from the top.|
|Headed back down.|
The Greyhound Who Climbed A "Mountain" Before 7 a.m.