Buffalo Bill's Cody House
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... 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 ...
... guys are thinking of the Whole Foods national chain, After lunch we went to the Cody Candy Store. They had delicious fudge and candied grapefruit. Once we had our dessert we made ur way to the Bill Cody Ranch. There was no service so I couldn't blog along the way. We had signed up for a 4 hour horse back ride the next day. We woke up at 7 ( so ...
... center the fog had cleared away enough that we could see the entire tower. It's kind of cool to see and say you were at Devil's Tower, but honestly, I didn't think it was that big of a deal.
After Devil's Tower, we "yelped" ideas for lunch and stopped at the recommended Murdo Drive-In. It was another divey looking place, but it had really good food and yummy ice cream for dessert. If you are out that way, I'd definitely recommend it.
Then it was on through ...
... view of Devils tower in the distance, already it looks completely out of place. I make my way closer; around the turns and twists the monument disappears and reappears, each time offering a different view. I ride into the park that hosts the monument and stop just short of the admissions entrance; this is as far as I’ll go. I sit at a picnic table and enjoy the view; I packed a lunch today from the breakfast bar options at the hotel. Fifteen minutes later and I’m ...
... ran, chasing each other and periodically stopping for some water. The ranch is in a valley with mountains on both sides. If you look on the east side, the mountain range is called the "Sleeping Giant" or “Sleeping Indian” or “Sleeping something” because that's what the top of the mountains looks like (see the picture). There are a lot of metal sculptures in the yard around the house- even ...
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