The weather improved dramatically after breakfast and Ellen and I decided to walk back to the lodge - maybe a mile and a half. Ellen wanted to investigate wild flowers. So we told the driver we were walking and set out. We found some familiar, and some unfamiliar. As we went, the rack passed us on its return trip and we waved goodbyes to our new friends. We were also passed by a group of folks on horseback-another activity available at FRSP.
Large Beardtongue (we think)
Thistle, with visitors
Un-identified; couldn't find it in the Nebraska wildflower book.