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Monthly Archives: August 2017
One of my favorite spots along the trail. This is deep in the badlands on the Bison Trail between Toadstool Geologic Park and Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed, Nebraska. Advertisements
This week’s photo is from Colorado. This is from deep in the badlands canyons of Paint Mines Interpretive Park northeast of Colorado Springs.
I know. I know. I know what you’re thinking and you’re not wrong. Fundraising is as popular as a blizzard in April. I get it. That said, GPTA is actually excited to launch our first real fundraising campaign. Why? Because … Continue reading
Northeast Colorado contains some interesting features in the Pawnee National Grassland. They are generally referred to as the Pawnee Buttes and they rise 200-300 feet about the surrounding country. There’s a nice trail leading to them, and they are really … Continue reading