You may want to take the time and check out this museum just outside of Big Horn in a beautiful country ranch setting. They have a nice collection of Western and Native American art including the 20-room main ranch house and reception gallery
Open Daily 9:30a.m. until 5:00p.m.
May 24th through Labor Day
The event probably is not in any guide books, but Don King Days, named after a favorite western saddle maker, pulls in ranchers from all over Wyoming. They put on their best hat and biggest belt buckle to chat it up with old friends and watch the broncs bronc.
It's an old fashion local rodeo, where because there are no fences, the action can end up right in your lap. there is polo, roping, and bronc riding done the old time way. The bar at the club house is open and food booths to keep you full.
Going to Don King Days will give you an insiders look at western culture.
We had fun here joking with the locals over lunch.
Sit inside or sit on the porch and enjoy the view.
I bought a cowboy boot ornament for my tree.
These dinosaur tracks are located off Route 14E.
We stopped to see the 167 million year old tracks and were the only people there.