Breteche Creek Ranch

Cody, Wyoming, United States | Ranch
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A real granddaddy of a gusher

A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... which apparently, was a long distance away, because I was watching the eruption when he was making his way down the nearby parking lot. The timing for me was great, I didn't have to wait very long, but for Steve, not so good. He only saw the tail end of the big event.

As I waited for Steve to arrive, I kept my eye on the gravely tan mound in front of me. There were many people already seated on the benches, waiting. The steam was constantly rising and there was ...

Jellystone National Park!

A travel blog entry by alizaf on Aug 03, 2014

18 photos

... stopped at: 4 Miles traveled from Jackson, WY to Green River, UT: ~ 457 Time in the car: approximately 11 hours Gas prices: -       Grand Teton National Park, WY – Sinclair - $3.74 (on the way to Yellowstone) -       Grant Village, Yellowstone, WY – Sinclair - $3.99 -       Cokeville, WY – Flying J - $3.75 -       Salt Lake City, UT ...

A Stroll Down Main Street

A travel blog entry by frguido on Jul 30, 2014

20 photos

... 8230; an interesting mix with some intriguing choices on both sides. This is both farming and ranching country with a growing periodic population of summer houses or, if you are a skier, winter houses. The flyer available from “Johnson County Realty” next in line, shows a variety of real estate for sale from small places in town, to large ranches at several million each on the outskirts. The Bighorn mountains rise west of the town and provide some ...

Sunny Iceland

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins on Jul 27, 2014

... had to retreat to the tent early but tonight we remedied this by buying firewood and kindling to make a fire. It took us a while somehow but eventually we had a fire that wasn’t roaring but somewhere in between roaring and match. We waited till it went out before going to the tent to watch OITB around 9ish. I wasn’t making the same mistake tonight as last so I wore two pairs of socks, a t-shirt, a hoodie and because I have no light trousers – a sarong. ...

Home for Christmas in Dallas (Part 1 of 2)

A travel blog entry by frguido on Jul 27, 2014

... he said, almost breathlessly.

“Well… Dad has done well,” I said. I had tried to prepare him a little, but I didn’t realize it would be such a shock.

“I’ve never seen a house this big… except in movies. Is this really your house?”

“Yes… now come on, let’s go in.” We climbed out of the truck and walked to the front door. We made it halfway when a golden blur ...

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