There is so much going on in Yellowstone Country during the late summer and fall, this cowgirl is going to have to do some serious prioritizing. With scribbles in the margins, blacked-out dates and notes-to-self like “don’t miss,” “must do,” and “top priority,” practically every weekend day for the next two months, I am going to have to make some hard decisions.
Here’s an example. During the last weekend in July, there are three major events that I want to experience, and only two days to do it. Marked on my calendar as a “don’t miss,” the annual Heart Mountain Pilgrimage July 28-30 is close to my heart. Each year the Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation invites historians, authors and other experts to participate in insightful panel discussions that reflect the significance of the site where 14,000 Japanese-Americans were incarcerated during World War II. There are also documentaries and exhibits. How can I miss that?
That same weekend, the “must do” Historic Pitchfork Ranch Tour explores the Pitchfork Ranch – a historically and biologically significant ranch in the Greybull River Basin where The Nature Conservancy worked with the owners to Read More