Travels, Wildlife

When my wife was pregnant with Aspen in 2016, we spent a week camping in Custer State Park, South Dakota. While there, we spent a day hiking to the top of Black Elk Peak, the highest point in the state. The 3.5-mile trail offers expansive views of the Black Hills, one of the prettiest landscapes in America. We also encountered bison, blue jays, mountain goats, and a unique view of Mount Rushmore. After all these years, I finally had time to edit the images – here’s the highlights:

I created a video about our hike for my storytelling project SCREAMS FROM THE TREES:

Leave a Reply