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Stage Stop. Check back here official opening date. Tentative opening date is Nov 19, 2007.
The "Trail's End Stage Stop" will be
a stop off point for our tour bus guests who are also receiving a wagon or sleigh ride as well as enjoying some live
See fixens below
We will be serving Southern Breakfasts:
Sourdough Pancakes, Sourdough
Biscuits, Redeye Gravy, Beaten Biscuits, Sage Sausage Gravy &
Biscuits, Grits, Eggs any way you like them, Camp Coffee, Country Ham, Hickory Smoked Cured Ham, Maple Sugar Ham,
Salt Cured Ham, Buffalo Steak, Elk Steak, Sage Rope Sausage,
Hand Cut Country Slab Bacon. Fresh Side Meat, Pan Fried Country Squirrel (off
of Bobbie's porch and bird feeders), Country JackRabbit with Cream Gravy, Country Taters and the all illusive Bear Sign*.
Huckleberry, Blackberry, Thimble Berry, Peach, Wild Strawberry, Gooseberry and Elderberry Jams and Jelly are just
Lunches: Buffalo Burgers, Beef
Burgers, Elk Burgers, Ranch Tators, Cow Camp Beans, Prairie Buffalo or Longhorn Beef Stew, Pan Fried
Squirrel or Country JackRabbit with country cream gravy, Frog Legs,
Sourdough rolls or biscuits,
corn bread, Southwestern Chile, Pasture
Greens, Vinegar Pie, Blackberry Cobbler, Huckleberry
Cobbler, Gooseberry Pie, Raisen Pie, Camp Coffee and more.
Dinner meals: all cooked and served with a country or western
Rattle Snake, Mountain Oysters, Gator Tail, Frog Legs and more.
Buffalo Steak, Elk Steak, Pheasant, Duck, Goose, Prime Rib of Buffalo,
Prime Rib of Elk, Angus Beef Steak, Pasture Greens, Sourdough Rolls and Biscuits,Corn Bread, High Mountain Tators,
Mashed, Baked, Fried to your like'n. Grits, Cow Camp Beans.
Desserts such as Peach Cobbler, Vinegar Pie, Huckleberry
Pie, Blackberry Cobbler, Burnt Sugar Cake (carmel cake), will finish
a meal in western style.
Friday Night Fish Fry:
Walleye, Perch, Blue Gill, Trout, Catfish, Gator Tail, hush
puppies, garden fresh coleslaw, sourdough rolls or biscuits and corn bread.
Saturday Night brings out the Prime Rib of Buffalo and Prime Rib of Elk
with all the fixen's. Country String Beans, Ranch Pinto Beans, Baked Idaho Tators, Sour Dough Rolls served with Rich
Country Sweet Cream Butter and Prairie Greens.
All meals come with beverage of your choice, country and western favorites as:
Sue City Sioux Cream Soda, Sarsaparilla, Birch Beer and Ginger Ale. As well as cold Country Buttermilk, Sweet Milk, Hot Chocolate, Spring Water, Sun Brewed Sweet Tea and Cow
Camp Coffee. Just watch out for the cow camp cook's socks in the cow camp
*Bear sign is another name cowboys have for Donuts.
Crossing the boardwalk and entering
through the old oak plank doors, swung on solid oak hinges, you will find an "old west" atmosphere in the Stage Stop.
Sitting down at a table,
you can watch the draft teams through the windows, standing in their stalls at rest, eating, or being harnessed for wagon
or sleigh rides. On the walls you will see all sorts of western decor.
Just as the stage-stops
of old were resting points for the stages, so the "Trail's End Stage Stop" is a place to stop & eat
for modern day stage
coaches (tour buses). But just as in the old days, the doors are also open to neighbors, travelers, and anyone passing
by on that dusty I-90 trail. Endless cow camp coffee pot is always on the stove and full.
So kick most of the mud
off your feet, knock the dust off your chaps and come on in and set a spell.
All meals come with a
Horse Drawn Wagon or Sleigh Ride.
Stage Stop is scheduled to open for
business Nov 19, 2007