Exploring Deadwood trails
Summary: Historical archaeologist Jerry Bryant, Research Curator at Deadwood's Adams Museum & House, takes Real Deadwood Podcast host Paul Dennis on a tour of some of Deadwood's historic trails in his Yamaha Rhino four-wheel-drive ATV, nicknamed the Doodlebug. Starting in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, they drive to the very top to visit the grave of Seth Bullock and his wife. Then they drive down the back of Mt. Moriah to a site that was severely burned during the Grizzly Gulch fire of 2002, which came dangerously close to devastating the town of Deadwood. After a stop at a scenic overlook, they explore the rail bed of the first trains to come into Deadwood in the 1880s.