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... A calf is released from a chute and enters the arena. The cowboy can cross the barrier as soon as the calf does, but if he’s ahead of the calf it’s a 10 second penalty. A well-trained horse is beautiful to watch. As soon as the cowboy’s rope is on the calf, the horse stops abruptly. The rider dismounts, holds the rope as he runs to the calf, while the horse holds the rope taut. The cowboy throws the ...
... For the rest of the afternoon we just looked around the town, which consisted of only a couple of streets. People watching here is an activity by itself - this is a true cowboy town and watching these people occupied us for hours! We had lunch at the Irma Hotel, which is the original saloon in town, built by (Buffalo) Bill Cody himself. We were the only people in there who were not wearing cowboy hats! I was fairly ...
... and fast riding alongside the Yellowstone Mountains. It was a nice way to end our time with Yellowstone saying goodbye and thank you for a pleasurable time.
Accommodation at Cody was welcome. A swim, and a wander up town to the historic Irma Hotel for their shoot-em-up-gun show and dinner. The opulent town is renowned for Buffalo Bill so Tony had a Buffalo Bill Beer in honour. ...
... it being windy up there, needless to say, it was even much colder. However, Deena being the dedicated bride and trooper that she is, still was able to take some AWESOME, BREATHTAKING photos from an elevation neither of us had ever experienced before. Thanks to Crush''s seaters (seat heaters) and handle bar grip heaters, we were able to weather, and conquer the elements!
After coming down Bear Tooth, we both concurred that we ...
... he was a lot bigger and heavier than you… you’ve never driven before yet you drove a one-ton 4X4 with a camper on the back down the mountain in the pouring rain on a muddy, slippery road and brought him here to the hospital?” Cody nodded. “And how old are you?”
“Thirteen...,” Cody said timidly, “am I going to get a ticket?”
The adults laughed. One of the officers said, ...
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