Lockhart Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... followed by four cones marking a slalom course. Each cone had a ball on top- the passenger had to collect the balls on the way up the course, and put them back on the return trip, going over a see-saw in between.
Don't know the name of the next trial. Three bike teams at a time- down the course, passenger jump off in a hay pile and search (frantically) for a potato while the rider circled the pile, then back on and race for the ...
... Bill Cody, firearms, and western art sections. We made it through the first three during a whole day of viewing. That shows how large each of the sections was. Overall a great experience though at times it was hard to hear a couple of the audio presentations. The Natural history section of course focused on the local flora and fauna as well as the geology of the area. They seemed to present more of an overview perspective without as much detail as some ...
... register behind them, this place had certainly seen a bandit or two over the years!
After a short amble around town, a pretty mix of wooden cladded shop fronts and restaurants in the warm evening glow, we couldn't wait to get back and experience our first evening on our porch!
Driving home during a gorgeous sunset we were treated to hopping Mule deer and rabbits all over the ...
... s. It was exactly what you would expect from an American diner, the food was cheap and plentiful. After dinner we went to the rodeo. A rodeo is something distinctly American, it wouldn't work in the UK, or indeed anywhere outside North America.
Cody is cowboy country and the rodeo is a big deal here. There were various activities, time trials racing horses around the arena, doing a kind of slalom, lassoing, and of course riding bucking broncos ...
... had dropped to 54 degrees, and we noticed a plinking noise on the helmets. The rain was beginning to hurt, because it had turned to hail! We were really glad that we always wore helmets when we ride, because if we thought the hail hurt now when it occasionally hit your hands or face, it would really suck to be pounded in the head with hail without the benefit of a helmet.
But the latest overlook sign said something about a peak, so we ...
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