Wednesday, March 26, 2014


The desolate moonscape of the Pawnee Grasslands was carved with great patience over many eons.  The area does not easily support agriculture, thus preserving it as one of the least populated areas of the great plains.   Relicts of fluvial and aeolian erosion reveal a wonderfully diverse and fascinating landscape.

Technically a part of the National Forest System, there are vast areas of open land.  One spectacular erosional basin has been set aside for Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) fun and games.