The Rock Signed by the Lewis & Clark Expedition

About an hour northwest of the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument in Montana. And thirty minutes northeast of Billings, Montana. You can find a rock face signed by William Lewis of the Lewis & Clark expedition. Pompey’s Pillar National Monument sits on the shores of the Yellowstone River in Montana. William Lewis, Sacagawea, and his men camped here. While here they engraved their names into the rock face. Many others have done the same. And there are over 2000 engravings and Native American pictographs. Continue reading The Rock Signed by the Lewis & Clark Expedition

Yellowstone has Gesyers, Bison, Elk, Wolves, and Mattie Culver’s Lone Gravesite

In Yellowstone National Park’s Nez Perce Picnic Area on Fountain Flat Drive near Fountain Paint Pots and Lower Geyser Basin, you can find the lone grave of the pioneer woman Mattie Culver. We are going to tell you her story and why she is buried there by herself amongst the roaming bison and elk in Yellowstone National Park. Continue reading Yellowstone has Gesyers, Bison, Elk, Wolves, and Mattie Culver’s Lone Gravesite