At night we did some astrophotography. It was only a little cloudy, but the amazing fact about the middle of nowhere is that you can start seeing the stars even before the sun sets. In a dark place its surprising how bright that they can get.
We visited the Yellowtail Dam - which is right by the Big Horn Canyons. Right by here is also the Crow Indian Reservation. It was constructed near the end of 1944 and named Yellowtail after Robert Yellowtail who was the main opponent to having the dam being made.
Also side note - today was the summer solace. Being so far up north the sun didn't fully set until a little before 11pm.