JOURNEY TO ALASKA

My Daughter said: We are in Pawhuska, Ok at Osage Hills State Park. Osage County is the Osage Indian Nation Reservation. When we turned east off of I35 we drove about 70 miles of country on Hwy 60. It is four lane which was great and all pasture land and cattle. The camp sites were full over the weekend with campers and then they went home and now there are only 4 in the campground. The state parks are great because you reserve and pay online and don't have to go into an office. We all went on a trail hike yesterday in the hills and it was two miles long and took us a little over two hours. We all including Salty & Sandy slept good last night! Attached is our Garmin location and a few pictures. I thought Mom would really like the one of old truck relic in the woods. This park was built by the Civilian Conservation Corp in the 30's and they had a huge camp on the top and there are few building foundations up there and a dynamite bunker.