Welcome to Bliss Dinosaur Ranch in Weston, Wyoming
We live and own a working cattle ranch located on both sides of the Montana/Wyoming border that has 3000 acres of Hell Creek Formation under the grass. Fortunately, I grew up on a farm, and I obtained a bachelors degree in GeoBiology a masters degree in Geology somewhere in my science background that gives me an interesting perspective regarding the dinosaur fossils that are on my land. Other than science, I have owned a pet shop, several electronic/high tech businesses, been a cop, am a amateur radio operator (My amateur radio call sign is K7WIZ) and have been an electronics tech since I was 18 years old. Sold all those businesses and have since retired to our remote ranch back in 1999. I have been managing a cattle ranch and raising dinosaurs ever since. My other interests are instructing firearm and self defense techniques to interested parties and living a 4 wheel drive existence here in America’s outback. We now operate a Wyoming based Bed and Breakfast officially called the “Bliss Bones Bed and Breakfast” but the locals call it, the “Bliss Dinosaur Ranch”. We have dozens of visitors every year to our digs.
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The International Tactical Rifle Championships were held on the Bliss Ranch. In 2010, there were [...]
The Bliss Dinosaur Ranch is located about 50 miles north of Gillette Wyoming. The ranch consists of 3000 deeded acres plus various leased property. That is over 5 square miles of property that spans the Wyoming/Montana border. Two families live and work on the ranch, the Bliss Family (owns the land and runs the dinosaur Bed and Breakfast) and the Williams Family (who owns the cattle). We work very hard together making the ranch a productive cattle operation and dinosaur dude ranch. We continue a long tradition on this land. The photo above shows a stretch of the old Texas Trail that passes through our ranch. Cattle have been trailing on this land for well over 100 years. Before cattle, dinosaurs were roaming the place long before us 65 million years ago (Check out our “Dinosaurs on the Ranch” page). We are just the current stewards of the land.