Wagon Box Inn & Cabins

Address: 103 N. Piney, Story, Wyoming, 82842, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 103 N. Piney, Story, is near US Highway 16.
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Travel Blogs from Story

Day 7: Wyoming

A travel blog entry by aorseno on Jul 08, 2015

... At this point we were about 4 hours from Yellowstone. Those next 4 hours were the complete opposite of the first 4. It was an absolutely stunning drive, but it was very stressful. We drove up, over, and through Bighorn National Forest. There were a lot of steep hills and sharp turns and sharp turns on steep hills. I was very happy when we ended up back on some of the flat parts of Wyoming. As we got closer to Yellowstone, we ...

Day 21 Rapid City SD -Buffalo, Wyoming

A travel blog entry by dkbuley on Jun 05, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... of stuffed animals (rabbits with antlers -called Jackelopes- were popular), thousands of unique tee shirts, an 1880 steam train, stage coaches. An hour past Mt Rushmore is Deadwood. Famous for Wild Bill Hickok and his dead mans hand (black 8s and aces) and being shot. Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid (town of Sundance is an hour further) were here too, and Calamity Jane. Pretty much all bars and casinos and hotels. Back onto the ...

The Badlands, SD

A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 19, 2014

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... all connected. The kids were interested to know if Grandma had been part of the air-raid drills in school. Abe told them about his brother-in-law's father who had an underground bunker in his back yard. We stocked up on supplies and treats at a nearby trading post and returned to the campground for a swim. Before we got back we drove through Interior, SD the town just adjacent to the KOA. The population was listed as 73 -- the smallest we'd driven through so far. An ...

Worship His Majesty

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton on May 24, 2014

16 photos

... at Big Horn mountain. He was in heaven. He moved to a shadier spot about 11:00 but still with that awesome view. He is leaving the painting here in the OH Ranch home!!

It is really nice to be in a large beautiful home for a few days. I love Winnie but she does get tight at times. We have been washing clothes today, catching up on reading and emails and enjoying our restful day. I planted geraniums ...

To Buffalo via Thermopolis & Big Horn Natl Forest

A travel blog entry by amanda.cinfio on Sep 20, 2013

8 photos

... Bill Cody 's life as a pony express messenger, a rancher, scout, cavalry member, and also covers the Wild Wild West Show which he ran so successfully for years.

After viewing the exhibits we were treated to an outdoor visit from a local raptor rescue centre. They brought along a horned owl and a peregrine falcon to show us. Both were beautiful birds, abundant in this region, but not able to be released back into the wild ...