Sage and Cactus Village

Address: 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

Wild Horses and Gravel Roads

A travel blog entry by villadale on Jul 11, 2015

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... the hour back to camp.

We saw a large herd of buffalo with several young calves as we cut across Wind Cave National Park. While out at the sanctuary we saw a vulture feeding on the ground. On our gravel road we saw one of the largest prong horn antelope we have seen. Peg got a great picture of him after I honked and he stood up. We also passed a large prairie dog village. Peg was reading in one of the National Park brochures to be sure and avoid contact with them as they ...


A travel blog entry by nlegere on Jun 20, 2015

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Day 1; Stop 3; Lusk, Wyoming Greeted by a deer on the side of the road (still deep in the city, surprisingly) and the sunset over the Rocky Mountains we moved on to our next destination. Never have I seen such an incredible sunset. Vibrant streaks of pink, purple, yellow, orange, and blue painted the sky, softly touching the peaks of the mountains. Yellow darkened into orange as we drove away from the range, giving us a full panorama of the spectacle. Pinks and purples took ...

Lunchtime in Lusk

A travel blog entry by backroadtravels on Jun 03, 2015

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... realized she can lay her head on my father's back and, thereby, decrease some of the strain on her neck. I'm growing concerned about what this is doing to her.

On our way here we also drove through Lost Springs, WY - Population 4 (yes, ...

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 ...

Day 30 - Eastward across Wyoming

A travel blog entry by john.mccalla.33 on Jun 24, 2014

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... saw an elk off the side of the road.

After we left the Grand Tetons, heading east across Wyoming, we came around a bend and saw about 4 cars stopped along the road. As we approached, we saw a grizzly bear by the side of the road.....awesome. We sat there and watched him for about 5 minutes before he wandered back into the bushes.

We had lunch in Casper, ...

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