The Passage Resort at Big Horn

Highway 14, Burgess Junction, Wyoming, 82836, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Highway 14, Burgess Junction.
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Travel Blogs from Burgess Junction

How to record and watch TV while refueling....

A travel blog entry by photokent on Jul 29, 2014


... the filling with our card and get the upfront discount while I turned on the satellite and the DVR.

All this took place whilst filling up with 50+ gallons of petrol in the Flying J gas station, talking with the guy next to me about his RV and not having a toad, and washing the windshields which were filthy from 1) insects, and 2) trying to clean off in the very light rain. Can you say Multi-tasker? Not what I ...

On our way to Mt. Rushmore

A travel blog entry by thewalshes on Jul 27, 2014

1 comment, 50 photos

So we are off to Mt. Rushmore and have left Yellowstone, though I am sure we will be returning. We stopped in Cody Wy and toured a small museum there called Old Town Trail which was a sort of replica old town circa late 1800s.
Along the way we saw some minor stops and did a few of them till we came to Devils Kitchen. I can't find it anywhere on a map or Google and it was way down some dirt ...

Action-Packed Day

A travel blog entry by nosleeptilbklyn on Aug 19, 2013

5 photos

This morning when we woke up we first drove to go rafting. I was really looking forward to being able to paddle and steer, but it upset me when we got into the raft and the guide said that only the people in the front (dad and jordan) got to steer. So, for the trip, Jordan, Livvy and I switched off after every couple of rapids. The water was a little warmer than ice, and the river flowed between two gold hills and beyond those hills were red and gray mountains. ...

Woodpecker to Campers - "Wake-up Bitches"

A travel blog entry by lynanddon on May 25, 2013

10 photos

Today was about getting "schooled" in how woodpeckers communicate with each other. They fly to the nearest electrical pole where they proceed to tap out their song on a metal piece of the pole. It's loud and proud and wakes up the campers in the early hours of the morning. The human equivalent is the car alarm that belted out loud and proud for 10 minutes at 2am in the morning. Cheers erupted when the person finally woke up and turned off their ...

The Long and Winding Road...

A travel blog entry by emilycornet on Jul 01, 2012

7 photos

Today I drove almost entirely across the state of Wyoming. Let me first say, I am exhausted! The first two hours out of Cody were flat and boring -- I think I may have seen one or two towns? It was really hazy out today -- I don't know if it was because of the nearby forest fires, or if that's just normal -- but as a result, I didn't actually see the Bighorn National Forest (and it's ...