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Flat Stanley - Pleasantville
Flat Stanley Visits From the 4th Grade at Pleasantville Elementary School, Pleasantville, Ohio
Flat Stanley Arrives at Wind Cave National Park
Flat Stanley arrives at Wind Cave National Park and has his picture taken at the park entrance sign. Many visitors to the park do this.
Flat Stanley is out on patrol with the rangers
Flat Stanley is watching the back for Park Law Enforcement Rangers along highway 87.
Flat Stanley inside ranger patrol car
Flat Stanley inside a Ranger Patrol Car listening for radio dispathes from the Park Headquarters.
Flat Stanley helping in the park campground
Flat Stanley helps patrol and clean up a campsite in the Elk Mountain Campground.
Flat Stanley looks at boxwork
Flat Stanley in Wind Cave observing the boxwork in the wall.
Flat Stanley at Natural Entrance to Wind Cave
Flat Stanley at the natural entrance to Wind Cave. The winds have been recorded at this entrance to blow in excess of 70 mph!
Flat Stanley on stairs in Wind Cave
Flat Stanley began the long hop down the stairs on the Natural Entrance Tour. By the end of the tour he had hopped 289 times down and 11 times up stairs.
Flat Stanley in the dark
Flat Stanley in the dark in Wind Cave. Boy is it dark!
Flat Stanley operates elevator in Wind Cave
Flat Stanley helps out his ranger by operating the elevator to get out of Wind Cave. he is now 200 feet underground.
Flat Stanley exploring Wind Cave by candlelight
Flat Stanley is off the trail in Wind Cave, exploring the cave by candlelight. This is way the early cave explorers, such as Alvin McDonald, found their way through the cave.