Yeti and I did our first spring hike at Madison Buffalo Jump. We figured that there’d be no snow or mud there. As usual, our route is a bit off trail and hugs the perimeter of the state land. Some wildflowers were up, including patches of white phlox, shooting stars, and yellow bells. The photo here is of a deer’s antler found in the grass. It was a nice sunny day with a bit of wind as we rounded the top of the high point. The route finishes by curving around the private farmland high above the jump and heads down the grassy hills back to the parking lot. Total mileage is just under 4 miles. It’s one of our favorite places for an invigorating workout that is not too long. Great views all around as it’s so open. Off to the Spotted Horse for lunch!