Bear Lodge Resort

US14A at Burgess Junction , Dayton, Wyoming, 82836, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on US14A at Burgess Junction , Dayton, is near Studio G and Connor Battlefield State Historic Site.
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    Travel Blogs from Dayton

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

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Jul 29, 2014

    2 comments

    ... to do anymore.

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    Once refueled and the bill was settled, we drove over across the street to the Kmart parking lot so as to not have to listen to the diesel engines of 35 turns in the Flying J parking lot. The satellite dish is supposed to track all during the move and it did its best to keep up with the moving target as I had to make several turns on streets.

    The ...

    Little Bighorn Battlefield/Shell Falls/Cody

    A travel blog entry by jetta52481 on Aug 19, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... converge on the Indians concentrated in Southeastern Montana under the leadership of Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, and other war chiefs. While touring the battlefield I visited Last Stand Hill, Deep Ravine, National Cemetery, and several Memorial Markers. I did take some pictures with my other camera. They will be posted when I return home.
    Next stop on the tour was the Elk View Inn Restaurant. We traveled along Scenic Byway Highway 14 up into ...

    Mt. Rushmore, Black Hills, Badlands

    A travel blog entry by strayerfamily on Jun 21, 2012

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... believe what you wish....it worked for us today.

    So after we overcame the gas incident, we pushed forth to Mt Rushmore. It was only about 1.5 hours from the Badlands. Again, the changes in terrain continue to amaze me. This time we went from the ruggedness of the Badlands to more of a Pacific Northwest: rocky, pine trees, and green.

    Mt. Rushmore was one of those items you can check off of your list. We were ...

    Holy Crappppppppp

    A travel blog entry by tyamkovy on Jun 26, 2011

    21 photos

    ... it in me GPS only 2 hours away..... off I went.....

    I thinkn my GPS is figuring me out...cause it routed me on a lil two lane road with no one on it that twisted through these rolling hills......I had a blast on that road.....no chance of police on it...errr...uhhh it was a quiet road. But I was chasing a rain cloud....seemed it wanted to go where I did too....just ahead of me so the road was half wet...not bad just enough to annoy. So ...

    God's Country

    A travel blog entry by mart3340 on Sep 08, 2010

    135 photos

    ... owner and gives great big hugs back too. To soon we headed to the freeway to make our way to Sheridan, Kentucky so we would be ready tomorrow for the next leg of our journey. Saw some beautiful country, some antelope grazing in open fields and snow on distant mountain tops. At one point the temperature got up to 91 degrees so stopped for gas and starting shedding coats. Unfortunately, we got into ...