Try zooming in on the animals. Glad they weren’t all there at one time when I walked down to the blaze but there was a herd of bison, some cranes and a few disgruntled ducks.
This is the best I could get. My phone camera didn’t flash. I estimate it was about a foot and a half to the bottom. Nothing was buried and it could be snowed on or rained on and it could burn in a forest fire. Forrest has said these things as reported on some of the earlier blogs. The opening was about 14 inches.
The cottonwoods below are the blaze in the fall. This is also where the Blaze of 1988 went through.
Put in just west of here
Read the sign it says this spring use to run but now just trickles.
Forty-two pounds of gold inside there is a tight fit? You better be brave and ready if you plan to look could be the home Mr. Snake!
The third of three cottonwood stands about 1500 ft. from a south side turn out just down from the Lamar Ranger Research Station