Spahn's Big Horn Mountain Bed and Breakfast

Address: P O Box 579, Big Horn, Wyoming, 82833, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on P O Box 579, Big Horn, is near Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site and Bradford Brinton Memorial Ranch.
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Travel Blogs from Big Horn

Worship His Majesty

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton on May 24, 2014

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... The view of the mountain, wildlife and sky are outstanding. Had a wonderful dinner and retired for the evening.

Today, Saturday, has been busy but relaxing. We slept in Winnie last night and were awaken by the call of turkeys at 5:30. I hopped up and saw 3 wild turkeys right between us and the house. I looked out the other side of the motor home and there 25 deer grazing within 100 feet of us. ...

Buffalo soldiers

A travel blog entry by duncslinz on Sep 08, 2013

4 comments, 7 photos

... it was a mirror and the mean dudes were Linz and I!
We had a fantastic evening in the bar and met two couples from stoke. We swapped trip details as they had been to Yellowstone and were heading to mont Rushmore.
next up were a really nice older couple from San Diego. We bought each other a beer and then they left.
next up was another couple who heard the ...

Wyoming - Forever West

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Aug 09, 2013

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We left Rapid City at 8:30 am taking Interstate 90 to Buffalo, Wyoming. Upon entering Wyoming, we saw hundreds of miles of pasture or cattle grazing land not conducive to growing crops. Although we did see a couple small crops of bailed hay. There were huge ranches and small towns quite spread out. Along the way we noticed oddly placed fences at various places along the freeway. Apparently, they are snow fences built ...

Tootin' our Big horn!

A travel blog entry by eaz on Aug 07, 2013

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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

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... 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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