The Lamplighter Inn

Address: 234 East 1st Street, Powell, Wyoming, 82435, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on 234 East 1st Street, Powell, is near Heart Mountain Relocation Center.
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    ... add a video I thing A, L & M will enjoy. (Since it was just us, Dad read every detail - his dream of going to a museum!) We just ran out of time. We could go back tomorrow but we have too many other things to do. 6 weeks is not going to be enough time to do everything we want to do��. We went to Wyoming's Chops and Ribs Restaurant for dinner that Danny highly recommended. We didn't want to leave WY without having a ...

    Last Day in Yellowstone

    A travel blog entry by janet306 on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... started to rain but the weather did not deter the crowds. We spoke to a ranger and it turned out we had a little over an hour to wait. We listened to a short lecture she gave about the geysers in the park and then huddled under an umbrella to wait. It finally erupted at about 3:08 pm and it was quite spectacular. We drove back to the campsite and packed up. We left Yellowstone together and made our way ...

    Home for Christmas in Dallas (Part 2 of 2)

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Jul 28, 2014

    ... every day.”

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    A travel blog entry by frguido on Jul 27, 2014

    ... could tell that whatever it was, she was busting at the seams, but gave in, with a warm smile for Cody. We sat around over coffee while mother cleaned up. Cody offered to do it, but she declined.

    “I didn’t think rich people washed dishes,” he whispered to me while Mom cleared the table. “What does she want your dad to tell me?” I shrugged my shoulders.

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