I took the younger batch to the Fremont Indian State Park
We ran over to the children's zone where they had a model of a pit-house for us to play in. Also there was a nice selection of children's books about Indian folktales. The kids warmed my heart with, "Mom read us a story in the pithouse!" This is why the younger batch is so fun. Adrie served us some berries and ground up corn-meal and Cannon shot a deer that we roasted over our pretend fire. Then it was off to the great outdoors.
Our first time on this particular trail, we saw enough evidence to rename it the 100 Dingleberries trail. Cave was cool though, and actually had Indian handprints on the walls, just not actually 100 of them.