Circle S Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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At the end of a long day when I start looking for a place to stop for the night there is a 'magic formula' that I look for; the trifecta of goods and services in close proximity to one another. The desired establishments are Bar, Motel & Gas Station (ranked in order of importance). Last night in Lovell, WY nailed it!
Yesterday was great riding due to a tailwind, today even better with no appreciable ...
... wasn't just grassy plains that the folks heading west along the Oregon Trail encountered. We took the shuttle to the top, which offered spectacular views of the surrounding landscape & towns, then hiked down. We figured that would be much easier than hiking up it! We also walked on a portion of the actual Oregon Trail. Our journey across the plains the last week or so has been long & boring. I can't even imagine doing it with a ...
... livestreaming video via their websites, too.
Dawn, my son Matt, his in-laws, some of my campaign staff, and a group of Scottsbluff/Gering supporters cheered me on.
Our supporters watching from their homes around the state played "The Debating Game." Each time I used the word "overreach," which is central to my campaign, supporters text-messaged me a donation of $5. The final tally was ...
... and the Salt Lake Valley, beginning in 1841. In 1849 the US Army bought the fort in order to establish a military presence along the emigrant trails. New buildings were added, including officers' and soldiers' quarters, stables, a bakery, guardhouse and powder magazine.
Fort Laramie quickly became the principal military outpost on the Northern Plains, as well as the transportation and communication hub for the central ...
Agate Fossil Beds NM has one of the world's outstanding paleontological deposits of mammal fossils. During the 1880s, scientists rediscovered what the Lakota Sioux and others already knew about: 20 million year old bones, deposited in what many paleontologists believe is one of the best preserved Miocene mammal sites in the world. Most of the fossils ...