Spahn's Bighorn Mountain Bed and Breakfast

Address: 70 Upper Hideaway Lane, Big Horn, Wyoming, 82833, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 70 Upper Hideaway Lane, Big Horn, is near Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site, Bradford Brinton Memorial Ranch, and Red Grade Road.
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      The Badlands, SD

      A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 19, 2014

      3 photos

      ... all connected. The kids were interested to know if Grandma had been part of the air-raid drills in school. Abe told them about his brother-in-law's father who had an underground bunker in his back yard. We stocked up on supplies and treats at a nearby trading post and returned to the campground for a swim. Before we got back we drove through Interior, SD the town just adjacent to the KOA. The population was listed as 73 -- the smallest we'd driven through so far. An ...

      To Buffalo via Thermopolis & Big Horn Natl Forest

      A travel blog entry by amanda.cinfio on Sep 20, 2013

      8 photos

      ... injury that meant they cannot fly well.

      Cody won us over, we left richer in knowledge of the West, and lighter in the wallet for having supported the local economy very willingly by buying new boots for me and a new hat for Ralph!

      This morning we pushed East to Thermopolis, the worlds largest mineral hot spring, where we enjoyed a swim in the warm waters and lunch before heading on towards Buffalo.

      The route ...

      What day is it?

      A travel blog entry by laz-adventures on Aug 09, 2013

      5 comments, 17 photos

      I don't remember the day or date unless I look at my phone calendar. I like living this way!

      We stayed in Badlands for two nights. There were bikers all over but it wasn't too crowded and they weren't too scary! The rock formations are awesome and awe inspiring. They were formed by water and as the water dried up, the rocks were left. They look like a sand city from far away. I will attach pictures ...

      Tootin' our Big horn!

      A travel blog entry by eaz on Aug 07, 2013

      15 photos

      ... the only evidence of an enormous fire that must have swept through not long before.

      On our way home from dinner we also drove through smoke too thick to be campfires, and as we stoked our fire we listened to CanadAirs flying over head collecting water from the lake near our site to attempt to calm the raging fires...

      Back on the road again, we climbed close to 3000m and coasted through Wyoming's high plains. Surrounded ...

      Road to Buffalo

      A travel blog entry by gypsyntoad on Aug 01, 2013

      5 photos

      ... Cody was desert dry with aged volcanic plugs and entering Greybull started to green up with lots of corn fields, pastures and horses. Leaving Greybull heading for Worland, it was hot 40c and back to dry dusty windswept hard land all the way to Ten Sleep. Stopped at Ten Sleep which was a sleepy little town named after the distance to ride from the closest major city. Outside of Ten Sleep heading higher in altitude the vista changed again to pine forests, ...