We’re just finishing a two-week stay in the very small town of Dubois, WY situated at an elevation of 7200 ft on the Wind River east of Grand Teton NP. Dubois, with a population of only 900, most of whom are ranchers, has yet to be discovered by the masses and is sometimes referred to as an ’embryonic’ Jackson (that tourist mecca just outside Grand Teton NP). The high desert climate has the most ideal weather we have encountered on our trip, high’s in the low 80’s and low’s down into the 40’s at night with an occassional afternoon thunderstorm. Continue reading
Cody, WY, that quintessential western town. Home of Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley and stomping grounds of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Where else can you still see cowboys riding horses down main street? From the veranda of the historic Irma Hotel, built by Buffalo Bill for his daughter Irma, we watched a shoot-out in the street, we also attended the famous Cody Stampede, did our usual back country exploring and then met up with our good friends Will and Allie, now living in Australia.
We spent our last few days in Red Lodge exploring some nearby towns and some of the 4 wheel drive roads up into the mountains. Here are a few photos of some of the sights along the way. Continue reading