Medicine Bow music teacher sings, plays, motivates - By Christine Peterson, Star-Tribune, Sunday, May 20, 2012
Medicine Bow Resident Tries to Raise Interest in Old Airport - Zachary Laux, Rawlins Daily Times, May 4, 2012
Wyoming coal-to-gasoline plant gets fuel buyer, Jeremy Fugleberg Star-Tribune energy reporter, Thursday, December 1, 2011
Virginian Hotel in Wyoming celebrates 100th anniversary - By the Star-Tribune staff trib.com, Friday, September 30, 2011
Man's quirky art could be what the small town needs - By Christine Peterson Star-Tribune staff writer, Sunday, July 17, 2011
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|Ski and Soak Tour|
Grab your skis and a towel, and head East on Highway 30 towards Laramie. In Laramie, take Snowy Range Road, Southwest, toward Centennial. Pass Centennial, and watch for the Snowy Range Ski Area. Spend the day on the slopes, and head home early enough to spend an hour or so at the Saratoga Hot Springs. Go home via Saratoga by continuing west on the road you came in on. At the Junction, head north (follow signs to Saratoga). Watch for a sign on the right to the Hobo Pool, just after you enter Saratoga. After your soak, travel north on 130, pass under the freeway, and head back northeast on Highway 30 again, back to Medicine Bow.
The Ski area is about 1 1/2 hours from Medicine Bow. It is about another hour to Saratoga, then another hour back to Medicine Bow.
Check the roads before you travel!
This loop is only open through part of the year. The roads to the Ski Area, from Laramie, and the Hot Springs in Saratoga are open all year, but the road in between the ski area and Saratoga is closed for the coldest months.
Visit the Hot Springs any time.