The Lazy L and B Ranch
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lazy L and B Ranch Dubois
Leaving the Lazy L & B was very hard. We loved our stay here - loved the horses - loved the people - loved the beauty of the place - loved the cowboy/cowgirl in us that emerged. LIke the Double Diamond song says, it is pretty clear our time there was more than expected and the place pretty clearly shaped us while we were there - for the better. Very hard to watch in the rear view mirror as it disappeared into the sage. We drove out slower than we drove in, that's for sure.
This is not a luxury resort. Its a place to go and get close to Wyoming and horses. Deb and Jason and family - yes you will get to know the owners - are fantastic hosts and the accommodations were a comfortable. Our kids (5 & 7) had a great time and they tailored the riding perfectly for them - which for the 5 year old was HUGE! Mom and Dad could not stop smiling as she handled her horse on the family ride.
Lazy L & B - THANK YOU
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