K3 Guest Ranch Bed & Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Cody
... land... and just being. I have a new understanding of what this country meant to the native people.
Traveling the Beartooth Highway and the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway.
... 8211; 40 miles wide with mountains all around us in the distance.
In spite of traveling over a mountain that is noted for big horn sheep and mountain goats we did not see a one. We were really disappointed. Our only critters today were some very friendly (read that as begging) chipmunks and one pica another small rodent. Also some deer with velvet antlers.
Got back to camp and tried to fix the city water intake with a new valve I had picked up. ...
... speed allowing them to hover and take a drink. Linda had placed the feeders perfectly around the house. We had two on our porch which we could literally watch sitting in bed then there was another outside their kitchen window so we could watch them whilst preparing breakfast.
There was not a minute we got bored of watching these amazing birds and felt privileged to see such a variety ...
... brand new and with big rooms and comfy beds. Kirsty and Katie were excited to see firemen at the hotel when we returned from grabbing something to eat at Taco Bell for dinner. Their excitement about the firemen waned somewhat when the fire alarm kept going off during the night. Katie counted the alarm going off a dozen times during the night. Kirsty went down during the night to reception to see what was going on, I was out for the count at the time. She ...
... and taking a few pictures, but we noticed that the sky was beginning to darken up and it looked like we might have a little more rain. So by the time we got to the Grant Village Visitors Center, we decided to get one more cup of coffee, gas up the bike, and put on our rainsuits and see if we could make it back to the hotel before the rains came. It was 4:30 and we had about a hundred miles to go - we thought we might have a shot.
We didn't make ...