Kedesh Guest Ranch

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

Day 7: Wyoming

A travel blog entry by aorseno on Jul 08, 2015

... and this man could not have been more awesome. After hanging out with DJ for about 45 minutes, and learning the basics of car maintenance from him, we started our drive. We drove for about 4 hours through the flattest parts of Wyoming. It wasn't beautiful or anything but it was easy. I was on nice roads with barely any other cars and I was in a great mood. We stopped for food in a small town called Dayton - located in ...

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).


Me with Nature

A travel blog entry by emily_hernandez on Apr 03, 2013

1 photo

  • My name is Irma banuelos and i would like to take a moment to talk to you about a vacation i will be taking to Yellowstone national park on may 15 2013 i will there for five days will be taking a Airplane to Yellowstone and staying at Old Faithful inn at Yellowstone i will eat there, and snacking at their visitor center in locations, i will visit the sites of old Faithful Geyser i am sure it will be amazing to see. Its eruption lasts ...

Eroded valleys to soaring heights

A travel blog entry by jbmarti on Jul 05, 2010

5 photos

... be visiting again when we had more time to explore a bit more.

As we left the park we ran into several cowboys herding about 50 or 60 horses down the grassy strip that ran parallel to the road and we knew we were in the real west at last. The horses were strong, fast, and beautiful and the cowboys were postcard perfect. The whole scene was like a show put on especially for us.

The Black Hills loomed ...

Scarry start ends in great day

A travel blog entry by bonnwl6 on Apr 26, 2010

9 photos

... again a beautiful shade of blue so always something beautiful to look at. Well I finally made it to the monastery and all the Sisters are off in their rooms for quiet contemplation. I will see them in the morning and perhaps get some pictures. They were very welcoming and I very much feel at home and comfortable. I guess I will go to my room to read and contemplate. I have posted a few pictures and will post more tomorrow. Good Night ...