We didn't explore the whole reservation, but the drive out there off of 101 was pleasant, and we went to the museum. It had quite a few interesting exhibits of Native American life in the area, but the one that really sticks in my mind was the recreated long house. You could walk right into it and really get a feel for how people lived. We enjoyed the gift shop, too, and it was one of the few places we found Native American crafts for sale. We got some nice beads made by a local at a very reasonable price. This is not one for people in a hurry, as the road meandered quite a bit, but it's a beautiful area, and I wouldn't mind returning and going farther into the reservation.
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