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... clubs cooking the food, a raffle for a custom-made saddle, and the sale of rubber ducks for the Great Duck Race on the river following the rodeo and you have a fun-packed afternoon… and the weather was beautiful.
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... Wouldn't recommend staying there again, although the rest of the campground (tent and RV sites) is arranged really nice.
Route: Rawlins - Lander - Riverton - Thermopolis - Cody, WY
Weather: mostly rainy and stormy with some sun inbetween. Temperatures between 10-19°C.
Miles: 306 miles (~493 km)
Accommodation: Ponderosa Campground, Teepee Tent; $ 30,24 incl. tax (~ € 23,60)
... Luckily it didn't last too long and I could return to be laughed at by the group. A burger place for tea and on to the rodeo in the dark, something I had been looking forward to, blissful ignorance. As we arrived it was a little entertaining to watch grown men get thrown off of bulls and horses but it made us think what had they done to make the animals act like that? Probably something ...
... wondered what took his so long. The elk. On our way out of the park, we held on to every curve and beautiful vista taking mental pictures along the way to remember. We searched for our bear and moose. Nothing. As you leave the West gate, you enter the Shoshone National Park. There we saw our moose and her babies. I really wanted to see a Bull Moose but no luck. On to Cody. We arrived at the Cody Cowboy Village which is a horseshoe of ...
... tent campers.
I’ve met and talked with lots of them over the past few years. Despite the somewhat scary looks of some, they are generally open, friendly and helpful. Less “gang stuff” and more who just like to ride with like-minded adventurers. Been there, done that, got a closet full of the T-shirts. Three of them camped next to us. They went up over the Beartooth Highway to Red Lodge, and said the winds were ...