The Bucket of Blood
                                                                                                          (Photo courtesy of Boyd Carr)
This photo was taken June 10, 1908.  Link Shideler and his brother in law, Jim Black, are behind the bar.  Link was Lorena Carr's father and Boyd Carr's grandfather.
                                                       (Photo from GRVM courtesy of Helen Atwood)
Floyd Norris is driving the stage coach.
                                           (Photo from Martha's Wyoming Pioneer Cookbook)
In about 1899 Lew Travis, whose ranch joined what is now Big Piney on the north, built a log, sod-covered hotel and a saloon which was known as the Bucket of Blood.  It was sold to Norris and then to Heitz and in 1913 was purchased by Frank D. Chapel who moved it to another lot and built the Big Piney Hotel.  The second photo shows the Bucket of Blood in the center background.  The caption reads, "The first cars brought to Big Piney on sleds by George (Gull) Whitman, 1911, in front of garage at Big Piney, Wyoming."
(Photo from Wyoming Centennial Commemorative Cookbook, courtesy of JerryAnn Chandler)
Sources: They Made Wyoming Their Own, p. 113 
Martha's Wyoming Pioneer Cookbook, p. 55 
The Marbleton Republican, Aug. 20, 1913 
Wyoming Centennial Commemorative Cookbook 
Boyd Carr 
Helen Atwood