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

The Return

A travel blog entry by ebenezerscrooge on Dec 18, 2015

We woke up early and ate muffins, payed the motel 284 dollars for our entire stay and hit the road. We drove for 2 hours before we reached Sturgis where we stopped for gas and we made sandwiches. We continued for 4 1/2 hours till we reached Buffalo where we stopped at KOA where we parked overnight for 50 bucks. We made more sandwiches for dinner and went to ...

Money Money Money

A travel blog entry by ebenezerscrooge on Dec 17, 2015

... for about 30 bucks. Then we got the call. Our car had been repaired! We decided we would leave first thing in the morning. So we went back to the motel, packed everything up and went and picked up the car. We brought it back to the motel and chilled and went to ...

Stuck.

A travel blog entry by ebenezerscrooge on Dec 16, 2015

... about life, and what we would do until it was fixed. So we decided to go to Sylvan Lake to go fishing. The problem was however... they had huuuuge fish! The first one Vineet caught sent him flying into the water after it. We eventually caught it as well as 10 others. We cooked them up for dinner, ate some and put the rest in the freezer. We then returned to out motel and went to bed. ...

The Prez

A travel blog entry by ebenezerscrooge on Dec 15, 2015

... and some souvenirs which added to a total of 25 dollars. We spent the whole day at the park and got back to the motel around 10 pm and ate some sandwiches and went to bed. It was a really great day. We had accomplished what we set out for and we were ready to go back. ...

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 ...

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