Respite along the trail, The Longhorn Ranch cabins are a welcomed sight. A base from which to travel, Over here, there – mostly while there is light.
Traveled over the Rockies, Reach Teton and Yellowstone, Daily commute, snow-capped peaks, grizzly with cub, Buffalo, and many more before we’re done.
Traveled to hearts content, Camera in hand; Take a deep breath, behold the beauty, Trying not to hurry, seeing God’s great land.
For now, the journey westward complete, It’s rest for the mind, Interpreting, writing, sharing my journey, Don’t want to leave anyone behind.
I realized I couldn’t keep up with the posts while traveling since there is so much to share. I’m now home in Florida – safely and thankfully. We will continue the journey – virtually – recalling our days and sights.
I’m glad you are still with me as we recap Teton, Yellowstone, Deadwood, Mount Rushmore and more. It will take some time.
Do you enjoy the little pieces of the journey along the way or do you prefer longer posts?
We stayed a number of nights at The Longhorn Ranch Resort in Dubois, Wyoming, a natural, western-style lodging. It was a distance to travel each day to see Teton and Yellowstone. Below are more images of our approach to stay in Dubois, and our lodging. The area was very relaxing and enjoyable.
Travel toward Dubois, Wyoming.
Dubois, Wyoming and The Longhorn Ranch Resort tout their locations as a gateway to Jackson, Teton and Yellowstone in Wyoming. “You are in for a vacation to remember at the Longhorn Ranch Resort – Formerly the home of a small longhorn cattle herd, and now a beautiful RV Park, Campground and Hotel facility located in Dubois Wyoming, along the scenic Togwotee Trail to Yellowstone. Whether you choose to stay in our comfortable hotel rooms, one of our cozy cabins, or bring your own RV with you, you will always feel welcome here. Located just three miles east of Downtown Dubois, Wyoming and a perfect home-base for your trips to Jackson Hole, Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park! Dubois and The Longhorn Ranch Resort will be the best stop on your Northwest Wyoming National Park tour!” http://www.thelonghornranch.com/
The Wind River’s headwaters are at Wind River Lake in the Rocky Mountains, near the summit of Togwotee Pass (pronounced toe-go-tee). It gathers water from several forks along the northeast side of the Wind River Range in west central Wyoming. It flows southeastward, across the Wind River Basin and the Wind River Indian Reservation. Wikipedia
Blessings along the Way!