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    08-05-2012, 09:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Faceman    
When I go I stay at a guest/dude ranch about 10 miles outside of Yellowstone going towards Cody. But they are very very old cabins and the dust would be a problem. We like it there - very relaxing, but it is very rustic. I don't care for 5 star accommodations on that kind of vacation, so don't really have a place to recommend. I would think you would have better luck on the Jackson Hole side for what you are looking for, although it is quite pricey on that side as mentioned...
I'm pretty sure that I've seen the place that you are talking about. How much does it cost? And what does that include? I may try to do a trip in the next few years.
     
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    08-05-2012, 10:43 PM
  #22
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Green Broke
I do not like greens of any kind - ugh....it smells horrible.

Grits is my comfort food. Grits, egg, turkey bacon or sausage.....yum.

I like staying in Bed and Breakfasts and Barry and I stayed at Swan Valley B & B in Swan Valley, Idaho years ago. It really was more of hunting/fishing lodge. Gorgeous - right on Snake River. That is when we went to Yellowstone for the day. I am going to keep looking and hopefully get to go next month. If not, there is always spring time.
     
    08-06-2012, 12:47 PM
  #23
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Originally Posted by Celeste    
I'm pretty sure that I've seen the place that you are talking about. How much does it cost? And what does that include? I may try to do a trip in the next few years.
Here is their website. If you like casual, rustic, and lots of activities, it's very reasonable in price. The food is home cooking and very good. We like it because the groups are very small unlike the larger dude ranches. The only drawback is the horseback riding is all guided, so you can't just ride unattended, but the scenery is fantastic and in my case I am too old to ride in the mountains alone anyway like I used to. The included activities include a day in Yellowstone, a raft ride, a day in Cody, and an evening rodeo in Cody. Again, though, it is rustic - not your big city Hilton...

Blackwater Creek Ranch - Cody Wyoming Dude & Guest Ranch - Horseback Riding River Rafting Fly Fishing Restaurant Bar Vacations
     
    08-06-2012, 12:49 PM
  #24
Yearling
Remember that hunting season Opens September 15th, So while guides may be slow after Labor day, because so many tourist head home to put their kids back into school, Their business picks up as hunters start to arrive for the season.
     
    08-07-2012, 09:32 AM
  #25
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Green Broke
I am going to check them out. Hoping to be able to go. Every time we plan something - something comes up and we can't go!
     

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