Quote from the book, "The Threat at Home" by Seth Shulman....
“At the base, (CAAP) the explosives were kept in hundreds of so-called magazines—bunkers that bulge like oversized ant hills out of Cornhusker’s largely flat terrain.”
Thanks Plainsman: I'm sorry I missed the turnoff to the Red Cloud Agency when I visited Ft Robinson. I guess it's going to be difficult to pay my respects to Crazy Horse in person -- more likely to the Red Coud Agency in general next time I'm up there. And we will never be able to pay our respects where his remains were taken by his parents. I guess it is better to honor him anywhere in his country that he defended and tried to save.
The intersection of Market and Douglas Street in Hazard, Nebraska.
A marker looking back towards the parade grounds at Fort Robinson, Nebraska.
Rock formations in the Ogalala National Grasslands in Northwestern Nebraska
The Pine Ridge at Chadron State Park in Northwestern Nebraska.
The Sandhills in Nebraska National Forest near Halsey, Nebraska
Pawnee State Recreation Area boundry fence northwest of Lincoln, Nebraska
The bison sculpture at Pioneer Park in Lincoln, Nebraska
A view of the Platte River near Ashland, Nebraska as seen atop the Mahoney State Park tower.