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We are staying at Yellowstone Valley Inn - about 40 miles from the park entrance and about 20 miles west of Cody. On the way from Cody to the campground, we go by Buffalo Bill State Park. There is a reservoir along the way. It looks much like Blue Mesa we stayed by in Colorado.
We spent the day in Cody, Wyoming living the life in the old West. We checked out downtown Cody with all the buildings as they were in the 1800's. We had chuck wagon ...
... thunder rumbling. We got back as it started to rain so decided to spend a few minutes working on a hotel reservation for the night before moving on. Dad was also able to reach his cousin while it rained.
By the time we were done, the rain had broken and we had a light snack of cheese, crackers and apple juice. We then headed into Cody to check out the Buffalo Bill Center of the Wild West. The museum was very informative, especially ...
June 14th – Day 41
The main thing to do in Cody is the
Rodeo. Between June 1 and August 31 they have a Rodeo every night.
This was one of things I had been considering since I heard about it.
Apparently Wyoming is the Cowboy State so I thought where better to
experience the rodeo.
Cody itself has a week where they
celebrate the military called Field of ...
... as to what to do and see, apart from Yellowstone, because Cody Wyoming has a character and rhythm unique to the west. The town of Cody has the multitude of western wear shops, tack and saddle shops, ranch and farm supplies, horse and mule sales and outdoor sporting stores for every conceivable kind of outdoor activity. There is the nightly Cody Rodeo, in its 76th year, river rafting and world class museums. There is the ...
... was our last meal together. Elizabeth and Reig were starting their journey back to Delaware later today and in the end Jon and I decided we would also start for home after our last sight-seeing activity. No trip to Yellowstone is complete without a visit to see the Old Faithful geyser. As you may have guessed that was our last activity. We piled into the Prius and drove the 18 miles to Old Faithful. ...