2019 JAN FEB DOWN COUNTRY ROADS MAGAZINE DCR Jan.Feb.2019 web - Page 62

Above, the Noonan house sits nestled in the quiet subdivision of Sundance West. Sundance Mountain is nearby, as well as numerous ameni- ties Sundance offers. All video footage provided by Rocky Tasker of Black Hills Drones. important­archaeological­sites­of­the­Late-Prehistoric­Plains­In- dians.­Discovered­during­the­construction­of­I-90­in­the­early 1970s,­the­Vore­site­is­a­natural­sinkhole­that­was­used­as­a­bison trap­from­about­1500­to­1800­CE.­Open­to­the­public­from­June 1­through­Labor­Day­and­by­appointment­outside­these­dates,­they offer­educational­tours,­programs­and­displays­for­all­ages.­And from­late­May­through­early­July,­you­can­watch­University­of Wyoming­students­training­in­state-of-the-art­archaeological­ex- cavation­procedures.”­ So­whether­your­passion­is­snowmobiling,­hunting,­archaeol- ogy,­sightseeing,­rock­climbing,­history­or­simply­getting­away, Sundance­has­something­to­offer.­ And­Pat­and­his­crew,­with­their­extensive­knowledge­and­love for­the­area,­are­sure­to­be­the­ones­to­lead­you­to­your­own­little slice­of­heaven,­right­here­in­the­Black­Hills. Above, just a few of the spectacular views from the 464-acre prop- erty. This elk was taken on the “Wyoming Heaven” property. Hunting opportunities abound. 62 DOWN COUNTRY ROADSS Creek views, an abundance of trees and plenty of wildlife make this 464-acre property a gem.