It appears that the Boulderlout has scooped everyone in regards to the flooding at the battlefield from May 21-22. There are pictures on the Friends website. The Realbird area was damaged by drifting trees. The interstate and access roads are/were underwater closing them. MTC flowed enough water that it looked like the lbh in normal flow. Here is his post:
Go visit Friends of the Little Bighorn and see photos. Serious.
This photo is looking at Miniconjou Ford, just downstream of Ford B. The Realbird grandstands ocross. The Indians used this ford and Ford B to drive Custer back from the river, above and below the troops.
After the flooding, as seen in the Donahue photo, Ford B suffered a significant amount of damage. The most, in my thought, was right at the mouth of Medicine Tail Coulee a large sand bar with large amounts of gravel appeared. There has not been any amount of gravel at Ford B, untill the flood of 2011.
In 1876 there was a large amount of gravel at Thompson's ford, on the south end of Boyer's bluff. This flood has now made it appear down at Ford B.
"Now, Custer, don't be greedy, but wait for us." General Gibbon "No, I will not." Custer, noon, June 22, 1876 passing in review.