Kedesh Guest Ranch

Address: 1940 Rte 14, Shell, Wyoming, 82441, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Shell

Grey Bull Big Horn National Forests

A travel blog entry by lexierwin on Sep 18, 2015

8 photos

Traveling along in these beautiful mountains. They look like paintings. God is the artist. It is getting dusk, and it is misting rain, now. We keep seeing signs that say road closed go back to Greybull when flashing. Thank God, they are not flashing!!!! Traveling up these mountains ...

Day 7: Wyoming

A travel blog entry by aorseno on Jul 08, 2015

3 photos

... of the flat parts of Wyoming. As we got closer to Yellowstone, we also drove through Shoshone National Forest - amazing. I honestly think that seeing the national forests have been my favorite part of this trip so far. They're just incredible. Oddly enough, my mood made a turn from good to bad after we had entered the park. I was so tired at that point and felt like we were there (because, technically we were) but we still had about an hour to drive before we got to ...

Gettin' Cozy

A travel blog entry by jan3boys on Jun 18, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

... now getting close (less than an hour) to Twin Bridges, MT where my college roommate lives. If our past adventures are any indication, I may not be able to write about our stay...oh, but we are older now by 30+ years!

BTW: Ebony has been a great companion who travels and camps very well.

We hope all is well with everyone. We love getting comments (Thanks, Ty, Steph and Mom).


The Long and Winding Road...

A travel blog entry by emilycornet on Jul 01, 2012

7 photos

... I was right below it! Up the long, winding roads to 9000 feet elevation, and then back down to about 4000 feet on the other side... I then drove for another two hours of very few cities (although at least one to gas up at) before taking my northward trek up to Hulett, where I am staying this evening.

Oh, and I officially passed 1000 miles on the roadtrip this morning in Cody, WY.

Eroded valleys to soaring heights

A travel blog entry by jbmarti on Jul 05, 2010

5 photos

... increase in visiting hoople-heads since the series aired.

Back on I-90 we sped through the wide-open spaces of Wyoming. The land was pale green and rolling, occasionally broken up by interesting rock formations of deep orange or light brown. Ranches filled up every inch of room and it was not uncommon to see a deer or two running through the meadows. The sky was as big as the landscape and dotted with puffy ...