Sage and Cactus Village

198.35 Highway 85, Lusk, Wyoming, 82225, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 198.35 Highway 85, Lusk.
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Travel Blogs from Lusk

More miles means more to see!

A travel blog entry by abagworth on Aug 31, 2014

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... Bob, Rob & Alison, David Oakley (well most of the time when he doesnt take a wrong turning!) and David Lawrence. We get on well as a group but as you would expect have the discussion and opinions about the route and when to take lunch etc. David Oakley ids funny, he has managed to drop his bike (Pan European) twice - today was classic he left his bike and forgot to put the stand down first!

I need mention how well Bridget is ...

Black Hills or Bust

A travel blog entry by azcook on Aug 25, 2014

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... the wagons are preserved. Looking at these, you can easily imagine the hardship of Pioneers crossing the country. We also headed a little further up the road to see Registry Cliff, where many of those who passed this area carved their names into the soft stone on the cliffs. We arrived in Hot Spring City, SD just as it got dark and pulled off the road on a hill just outside town in a wooded area and hoped no one would notice ...

Casper's Hidden Gem

A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Aug 24, 2014

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... pictures simply can not give the same physical connection that standing at an elevation of 8130 feet and being able to see an unobstructed view for miles. I know I've repeated myself in the last couple of blogs, but it is just that amazing. I love this country!

I've been told by several of our fellow campers that this is just a taste ...

Heading to Colorado Springs

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Aug 12, 2014

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... going and not waste such a beautiful sunny day. We headed to Pikes Peak. Cost: $12.00/person to enter Pikes National Park. The road to get there wound through gorgeous red rock cliffs. The ride to the top of the peak was exciting yet scarey - the higher you go, the less guardrails there seems to be. We made one stop at 12,941' altitude where we took a selfie overlooking the valley. I managed to hike a ...

*NEW* Deadwood & Rushmore

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Jul 30, 2014

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... children. It was as good as it sounds.

We had read that nearby Lead was a better maintained version of the same sort of thing so we decided to drive out there a few miles and see if it was any good. It wasn’t. There were roadworks so half of the place was blocked. The novelty of seeing the American houses and neighbourhoods still hasn’t quite worn off so it wasn’t a totally wasted journey. Plus we got to sit in the car and watch builders watch us whilst ...

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