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... by the hotel staff it’s a historic landmark and worth seeing. Envisioning a small rustic building I drive past the post office twice before I find it, it’s a massive sandstone building that I’ll later find out was completed in 1907. Next stop the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, Mount Moriah Cemetery. Wild bill met his demise here in Deadwood in 1876 at the hands of Jack McCall. Wild Bill was shot in the back of the head ...
... 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 ...
Another early start of 6:00 for a quick drive up to Midway Basin to look at the Grand Prismatic Hot-spring. This is so called because there are multiple hues and colours to be seen in the pool. This is due to the perfect clarity of the water, it is so pure that it absorbs all light apart from a small range in the blue/green section of the spectrum as well as the ...
... temperature drops dramatically.
The walk begins with two eateries- “Up in Smoke” which is a barbecue joint and “Art Works Too” which markets itself as a “Cowgirl Coffee Bar” with ice cream and coffees which you can enjoy inside or at café tables outside along the sidewalk. When possible I prefer the latter which is more relaxing and allows me to people watch and study the activity in town. The people at the next table asked if ...
... br> I nudged Cody. “Give them your present,” I whispered.
A look of panic came over his face. “I can’t… it’s nothing,” he said softly.
“No- it’s perfect.” I handed him the box he had put it in. “Go on.”
Timidly he picked up the package. He had wrapped it himself- probably the first gift he had ever wrapped. The paper was loose and wrinkled, scotch ...