Terry Bison Ranch Resort
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Stayed overnight in Cheyenne and watched the bison. Ate dinner at the Senators Steakhouse which was on the property which was out in the middle of nowhere.
About 10 miles south of I-80, so a bit off our path, we parked for the night at Terry Bison Ranch - and paid the $30 for the 3 of us to hop on their little train out into their property to see the managerie of animals, and just about 75 of the ~4,000-head herd (2nd largest in the world) of Bison on this ranch.
We disconnected the car …
... storm. As they say, timing is everything!
After checking in at the Holiday Inn here in Cheyenne, we enjoyed a salad and discovered (Much to Deena's excitement!) that only one block away was the largest, best, Country Western saloon in Cheyenne, called "The Outlaw."
And, just like the Country music club we had enjoyed the night before, this place also had a live band playing. We went, and when walking in we're taken back by how ...
We've been driving basically non-stop since we left Napa. I can't say which day it was, because we've really lost all track of which days were what (not a bad problem to have, mind you). We left Napa and drove through some pretty amazing scenery. I feel like we've lost a little bit of steam when it comes to our sense of adventure. We don't randomly stop on the side of the road nearly ...
... after remodeling and refurnishing the interior. George and Gus Kallas are the current owners of the Albany, the sons of Blackie Kallas. As young boys Gus and George worked in the family business starting as bus boys and dishwashers, then learning to wait tables and were taught to learn correct food handling and old style cooking. We both had buffalo burgers that were ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsTerry Bison Ranch Resort Cheyenne
Rv park with a ranch attached that you can get a tour of.
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