Blue Barn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 304 Highway 335, Big Horn, Wyoming, 82833, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 304 Highway 335, Big Horn, is near Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site and Bradford Brinton Memorial Ranch.
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Travel Blogs from Big Horn

Heading To Spearfish, SD

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jun 18, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... nights. It's across the street from the historical Spearfish Fish Hatchery. This is where our friends, Grant and Jane Keefer volunteer. Grant spied us first and welcomed us with open arms. We were invited to dinner with their friend and fellow volunteer, Cynthia. This is a beautiful campground right next to Spearfish Creek. Cement trails for walking and bicycling spread all over the ...

Two More National Parks - Two National Monuments

A travel blog entry by tdtingle on Aug 27, 2013

12 photos


When I left off we were still in Sturgis. From the RV park there, we drove to Badlands National Park.
I'm not sure what it reminded me of, maybe a little Death Valley with some Canyon Lands mixed in. It was hitting around 100 degrees when we left and stopped at the Minuteman Missile Site. These bad boys are all over the South Dakota Plains. When the cold war wound down a number of these were deactivated and we drove out to one.

Wind-cave was another day trip from ...

What day is it?

A travel blog entry by laz-adventures on Aug 09, 2013

5 comments, 17 photos

... be in communication with the president and those "pushing the button". We went into the control room where the button would be pushed and he told us how the order would be given and then the two people manning the button would have to put keys into a safe at the same time to take out the scrambled orders to make sure everything matched up before they actually pushed the button. Apparently at the end of the ...

Tootin' our Big horn!

A travel blog entry by eaz on Aug 07, 2013

15 photos

Leaving Yellowstone National Park, we passed through the remains of a vast forest fire and crossed into more rugged, muddy and rocky terrain. Forest fires have been particularly problematic this year with the absence of rain and little snow this winter and lightning seems to be the most prevalent cause. Leaving the 20 million acre park (yeah that's right, 20 million acres!), we drove through a literal tree grave yard, with naked, ...

Good Bye to Mountain Air

A travel blog entry by angelslame on Jul 16, 2013

13 photos

... according to their press) 90,000 acres of Wyoming farmland. Once beyond the dam, the country opened up again and we stopped in Cody to purchase charger for my camera that had gotten lost somewhere along the way.

Back on the road we negotiated the last of our mountain roads (through the Big Horn Mountains) and finally reached our hotel in Buffalo, WY around 11:00 pm. The girls had a quick swim in the 24-hour pool and we went to ...

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