The Brinton Museum is located in the foothills of the Bighorn Mountains on the historic 620-acre Quarter Circle A Ranch near Big Horn, Wyoming and presents 19th, 20th and 21st century Western and American Indian Art in an ideal setting. […]
The Big Horn Equestrian Center host polo games every Sunday and practice matches throughout the summer months, fielding teams from the Big Horn Polo Club, the oldest polo club west of the Mississippi. For match schedules, call (307)674-4928 or visit […]
“A Mecca for outdoor sportsmen, hunters and anglers flock to north central Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains and Bighorn National Forest during season. While hunters target any number of the many game species in the region, Bighorn anglers tend to be focused […]
“Last June while on a 14-day road trip to northern Wyoming and southeastern Montana, I was in the middle of intensely wrapping up research and writing a feature for our August issue about the Tejon Ranch in California. I was […]
“Sheridan, Wyoming wasn’t the first place on my Wyoming bucket list. Hell, it didn’t even make the second or third spot on that list. But that’s exactly why I had to go there. You see, this year I’ve been making […]
“To Paul Wallop, who currently runs the Canyon Ranch, the Countess of Carnarvon is Aunt Jeanie and the 8th Earl of Carnarvon, beloved godson to the Queen, is his cousin.
Wallop has visited Highclere on a number of occasions including a […]
“As far away in miles and lifestyle as “Downton Abbey” may seem, there’s a close connection between northern Wyoming and the stately castle where the smash hit PBS series is shot.
Highclere Castle, the architectural star of the period drama, is […]
“The Indian Paintbrush Festival is among the many, many things the passing of Senator Malcolm Wallop brings back to memory. On a hot afternoon on August 24, 2004, festival attendees enjoyed an afternoon on a hillside at Canyon Ranch near […]
“Never let it be said that Big Horn is unaccustomed to big shots.
Teddy Roosevelt himself shot bull elk on the black-lava mountain ridge nearby. Ernest Hemingway wrote “Wine of Wyoming” in a cabin outside this petite prairie pit stop, which […]