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Now this was really something… and a lot of fun. In the rodeo arena with the top couple of inches soft dirt, the riders had a variety of their own events- men, women, teams and a little louder than your standard rodeo.
The first three events were the slow ride for each category. The winner was the one who rode the slowest down the marked course, any foot on the ground was a 5-second penalty. The first runs were elimination and then ...
... even worse. I broke the female collar it fits into. Since it was Sunday and 8:00 at night we are stuck. We can run water in via the hose and have it leak all the time or run water in from our reservoir and have it leak from that source. I have unhooked the hose and we are turning on the water pump only when we need water then turning it back off. That limits our leaking. Will try and find an RV dealer that can fix it tomorrow when we go to West Yellowstone.
... We were loving Hummingbird Retreat!
Once we had unpacked (and placed the bear spray firmly in the middle of our two pillows) we went into town for our first cowboy dinner at Irma's - Buffalo Bill's original Hotel and Grill named after his daughter Irma Cody.
Built in 1902 by Buffalo Bill, this is one of the oldest buildings in town and has barley changed since its opening.
... that the alarm was faulty but that they couldn't switch it off as it was against safety regulations, there were other people in reception at the same time, one insisted on a refund, so Kirsty jumped in requesting a full refund. We didn't get a good night's sleep, but we did get it for free as the hotel refunded us the full amount of the stay, despite us making the most of their free breakfast!
Monday we completed the journey to Cody. We stayed on ...
... we began Grand Loop Road around Yellowstone Lake, the sky darkened, the temperature dropped, and the wind began to pick up. Now, wind picking up is not anything unusual, except when the wind is coming off Yellowstone Lake. Even if it wasn't raining yet, the wind was blowing droplets of water at us from the whitecaps on the lake. As we were struggling to lean into the wind and keep the bike upright, the rain began to fall. No big deal again, we've had ...