K3 Guest Ranch Bed & Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... was a complete gift, unplanned and simply the fastest way to get to my next destination. The ride into Bighorn was all accent peaking at above 9,000 feet, I stop a lot for pictures and to absorb the beauty. The decent leads me into the Forrest, one of the United States oldest National Parks. I could have stopped a thousand times for pictures today, waterfalls and canyons around every turn. The ride was exhilarating, suggested speed limits for curves posted as low as 15 ...
... bad. Apparently one pipe had come loose from another and the diagnosis was not too bad. Thought we would go into town to take the trolley tour of Cody at 1:00PM but found out that there was not a tour at that time. Put that on the back burner to do the next day. went shopping instead and got t-shirts and ball caps and some souvenirs. Picked up a Papa Murphy's pizza for a late lunch or early dinner (whichever way you want to ...
... you” bark. Slowly I put down what I was eating and turned to look. There it was, coming around a large boulder and moving in our direction. The bear was huge… and its size and the hump above its front shoulders said Griz!
Now Grizzly Bears are a protected species and human beings are not… at least by bear standards. Further, my parents did not raise me to be an hors d-oeuvres and I had no intention of being one. ...
... town that has a history of being an oil town. They still have an oil refinery and a few oil wells in the prairie, but they now mine coal and uranium. With a population of 57,000, it was the biggest town that we saw all day.
Soon the topography began to change and started looking more like the dessert, with white sand, peppered with silver green sage and in some places, evergreen bushes. Then suddenly we were looking at walls of jagged ...
... you can expect to find the “Busy Bee Café” Walt’s favorite place for lunch, at least in the books, and also a favorite of Craig Johnson, author of the series. He doesn’t live in Buffalo (Durant), but up the road a way in the town of Ucross, population 25. He and his wife Judy were there and we had a conversation about the celebration and the third season of “Longmire” on A&E. They are both open and friendly and enjoy talking about ...