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  • Highway skirts along edge of Shoshone Nat'l Forest
    Highway skirts along edge of Shoshone...
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  • Wind River and bluffs
    Wind River and bluffs
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  • Red Rock Country
    Red Rock Country
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  • by ringmaw Updated Apr 4, 2011

    We arrived late one night in Dubois, WY, after visiting Yellowstone/Grand Teton parks. Everything was closed. The owner of Whiskey Creek Saloon, Bobby Lawrence, also owns the Italian Restaurant, "Lorenzo's", which was closed. He opened the restaurant, poured us a glass of wine, and made us the best salad and Lasagna that I have eaten. We live in St. Louis which is famous for it's Italian food on "The Hill". But his lasagna was the best! Please stop at Lorenzo's when you are traveling through Dubois, WY, on your way to the national parks. You will be glad that you did.

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    by 78Eva Written Feb 23, 2004

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    While in Dubois, Wyoming, we had breakfast at the "Cowboy Cafe". I only had breakfast there, but they also served lunch and dinner.
    The breakfast was excellent, my typical American breakfast that I need to have once in a while - pancakes, bacon, toast, eggs, omelette, hot oats, coffee...
    The restaurant had a nice atmosphere, it is right in the middle of Dubois where everything is built from wood, in old western style. It is small, only one larger room (they also sell T-shirts and sweatshirts). The waitress was very friendly, everything was relaxed.

    Favorite Dish: American breakfast

    Central Dubois
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    by basstbn Written Mar 4, 2009

    Heading north out of Dubois, the elevation rises rapidly, and in early June, the amount of snow along the roadside is plentiful.

    Togwatee Pass, 9658 feet elevation Snow fields at the pass Our first view of the Tetons, from a distance
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    by basstbn Written Mar 4, 2009

    Scenes captured from roadside as we approached Dubois (coming from the south) on US Highways 287 and 26.

    Wind River and bluffs Red Rock Country Snow-capped peaks in the distance
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