Black Bear Inn

Address: 505 West Ramshorn, Dubois, Wyoming, 82513, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 505 West Ramshorn, Dubois, is near Wind River Mountain Range.
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    Travel Blogs from Dubois

    Kirwin- a Ghost Town Complete With Ghost

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Jul 29, 2015

    21 photos

    ... 73 with me as a photo prop… it seemed to fit the period.

    More history of Kirwin, including its connection with Amelia Earhart, can be found in my 2013 blog, and an interesting story surrounding a grizzly bear’s tooth in 2014’s. Yes, grizzlies inhabit the area in slowly growing numbers, requiring the wary visitor to carry bear spray and a sidearm of some size. I wore my 1873 Colt .45 single ...

    In Dubois (pronounced: 'dooboyz')

    A travel blog entry by ritaluther on Aug 01, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... a handcart to get to Utah. In those days the railroad ended at Iowa City, and the remaining 1,300 miles had to be covered by other means. The European immigrants, who were mostly destitute, were issued handcarts to carry their belongings and small children to 'the promised land'. The rescue team brought the immigrants to nearby Martin's Cove and from there to Salt Lake City, where they arrived on November 30, 1856. 150 did not ...

    D28 - ISGE D3 - Pushing, Party, and Pizza!

    A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 15, 2012

    13 photos

    ... late, around 12:45 PM. There was no real rush to get to camp, the X being 4 easy miles South. We also took the time to make 2 breakfasts due to an excess of food (for once!). Kudos to corn cakes and cheesy grits. I'd never had cheesy grits before. Not bad at all.

    Outside of an 80 foot climb when crossing the river right near camp, the entire hike was downhill. Superb. We hiked it very quickly, getting ...

    D27 - ISGE D2 - Group Effort

    A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 14, 2012

    33 photos

    ... time to make and I was famished, just as everyone else, by the time it was ready. I swore I would never take food for granted again, about the 287th time I had on the trip. For dessert, Zach made a yellow cake with chocolate frosting. Tasted about as sugary as any cake can taste. Which means I am in favor of it.

    This day will always remain in my memory for the fact that so many obstacles hit the entire team with ferocity, but we managed ...

    D25 - On Our Own

    A travel blog entry by bnthms88 on Aug 12, 2012

    17 photos

    ... participating in map checks, and just enjoying good conversation.

    At one point, after crossing a drainage where the trail momentarily disappeared, we took a sharp left into a group of trees that appeared to contain an off-trail clearing. After a couple minutes, it was clear we were not going the right way, especially because of the fact that we were supposed to stay on trail all day. The group immediately spurred into action, and we ...