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Cowboy Breakfast

Posted by on 2013-07-18 in Latest News | Comments Off

Cowboy Breakfast

A couple of weeks back we thought it would be fun to change things up and bring breakfast to the fire pit. Our chef, Michael, worked as a cook for a pack trip outfitter last summer so he didn’t shy away from the opportunity to cook eggs and bacon over the fire. As soon as I smelled the aroma of woodsmoke and bacon I knew it was going to be great.

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Swedish Smorgasbord

Posted by on 2013-06-13 in Latest News | Comments Off

Swedish Smorgasbord

We received this press release from the Wind River Visitor’s Council and thought we’d share it. The Swedish Smorgasbord is is a fun annual event in Dubois that’s going on this Saturday, June 15th. The Swedish Smorgasbord celebrates the legacy of the Scandinavian tie hacks that cut cross-ties for the railroad industry for over forty years in the national forest of the Upper Wind River Valley.  The ties were cut throughout the winter and gathered along creek banks awaiting the spring floods.  Once...

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Yellowstone National Park

Posted by on 2013-04-18 in Latest News | Comments Off

Yellowstone National Park

We hear from a lot of people that want to combine a visit to Yellowstone National park with a Wyoming dude ranch vacation. Since the most convenient airport to the Lazy L&B is Jackson Hole and we’re located only 1.5 hours from the south entrance to Yellowstone we’re in a good position to make this happen. When possible we always encourage guests to visit the park before heading to us. Two million people visit Yellowstone each summer – it’s a busy place! It’s kind of nice to end...

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Jackalope

Posted by on 2013-03-18 in Latest News | Comments Off

Jackalope

Today I noticed that the #2 attraction in Dubois, according to TripAdvisor, is the Giant Jackalope.  If you’re driving to the ranch from Jackson you’ll be lucky enough to pass right by it giving you the chance to snap some photos of you and your loved ones riding the jackalope. Sure to impress and astonish your friends back home. A little background on the jackalope for those of you who are not familiar with this amazing creature. The jackalope and Wyoming have strong ties to each other. The first American to...

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Snow

Posted by on 2013-02-19 in Latest News | Comments Off

Snow

One of the things I find most captivating about this area is its ever-changing beauty. I’ll be looking off in one direction admiring the red rocks, turn my attention to a snow capped mountain and when I look back to the red rocks they somehow look different due to a slight shift in the light. It never gets old. This area doesn’t get a whole lot of snow but when it does it adds another dimension of beauty.

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Wall of Elk

Posted by on 2013-02-17 in Latest News | Comments Off

Wall of Elk

Driving the girls to meet the school bus in the morning is an adventure in itself as it takes about 20 minutes to get from the ranch to the end of East Fork Road. The good news is that there’s no traffic, well, no vehicular traffic. A couple of days ago we were heading down the road when we saw a wall of black up ahead. It was still a bit dark out so it was hard to see what it was exactly. As we approached we realized it was elk. Tons of elk! I would say at least 125 elk. It was an awesome sight but unfortunately...

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