Kedesh Guest Ranch

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


A travel blog entry by taygar9 on Sep 12, 2014

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  • Today I woke up very happy because I slept in until 11.
  • I got on the road at 1 and grabbed myself a Starbucks!-5$
  • Drove and stopped off in Greybull at around 4 to grab a bite to eat at Mcdonalds-6$
  • I then found Greybull motel and went to sleep- ...

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).


Blew out the Bighorn

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Oct 18, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

A dusting of snow last night at Bear Lodge.

Got off to an early start, but not until I had a cup of coffee and slice of strawberry rhubarb pie, just like Grandma used to make.

Bobby walked the dog around and was sort of grossed out of all the hunters with hanging deers outside their cabins. Meat is meat.

The road down the mountain ...

Me with Nature

A travel blog entry by emily_hernandez on Apr 03, 2013

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... 11 minutes, expels 3,700-8,400 gallon of boiling water.Height 106-184 feet in 1870 it was name after a member by Washburn Expedition. I hear there is variety of geysers in Yellowstone national park as well as wildlife, landscapes, waterfalls, and springs. I will visit the grand canyon of Yellowstone, I read it was about 20 miles long, and measured depth about 800 to 1,200ft; width 1,500 to 4,000ft.I can't wait to see these amazing ...

Eroded valleys to soaring heights

A travel blog entry by jbmarti on Jul 05, 2010

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... the distance and we skirted the outside of Rapid City before climbing into them. The road was filled with tourist traps and Mt. Rushmore signs but they ended abruptly once we entered the conifer and evergreen forests of the National Park. We passed though the town of Deadwood made famous by one of our favorite television shows of the same name and you could see the new old-time construction as the town I'm sure has ...