I’m working on a couple different posts that are taking a lot of research, so in the meantime, here is a bit of levity. I recently got to visit Dinosaur Park in Rapid City, built in 1936 by the New Deal’s Works Progress Administration. It was funny how quickly I anthropomorphized the concrete sculptures. They’re just fun, and the view over the city from Skyline Drive is fantastic. I’m so glad the National Register of Historic Places-listed site has been preserved by the city and its residents. Learn more about the project from the “Dinosaur Park” page on the Living New Deal website.