Monthly Archives: June 2016

A Museum, a Park, and a Couple Hikes

Buffalo, WY The last few days have been busy ones here in Buffalo.  One day the temperatures were up in the nineties, so we spent the afternoon touring the Jim Gatchell Museum in Buffalo. Jim Gatchell opened a drugstore on Main … Continue reading

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Circle Park Hike and Crazy Woman Canyon Drive – Buffalo

Buffalo, WY With temperatures in Buffalo predicted to be in the high nineties, we headed out Tuesday morning to the high (and cooler) country in the nearby Bighorn Mountains.  We drove about 15 miles west on US-16 before turning right … Continue reading

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Just Hanging Out in Buffalo

Buffalo, WY We plan to do some hikes up in the nearby Bighorn Mountains but are waiting a bit for some of the snow to melt.  With the warm temperatures the area has been experiencing, that shouldn’t take very long.  So … Continue reading

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A Little Biking and a Little Hiking Near Buffalo

Buffalo, WY One day this week we aired up the tires on the bicycles and headed out to explore the Clear Creek Trail System.  This system of walking and biking trails begins east of town not far from our home … Continue reading

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A Little History North of Buffalo, WY

Buffalo, WY While the natural beauty of the nearby mountains is the most significant feature of the Buffalo area, there is also some significant history in the area.  We spent one afternoon visiting three of the most noteworthy locations. The Bozeman … Continue reading

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A Visit to the Medicine Wheel

Buffalo, WY One of the things we had on our list to do here in northern Wyoming was a drive into the Bighorn Mountains to visit a site known as the Medicine Wheel.  To get there we drove north on … Continue reading

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First Week in Buffalo, WY

Buffalo, WY Last Monday we left Casper mid-morning and had a pleasant drive of 100 miles up I-25 to the small town of Buffalo (pop. 4,600).  The drive north was mainly through rolling hills of grassland as the Bighorn Mountains … Continue reading

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