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Travel Blogs from Cody
... have a good number of animals to check off our lists. They include: coyote, osprey, big horn sheep, elk, bull elk, bison, ground squirrel. No bear. (Later we did see a large gathering of Park Rangers on the side of the road near Sherburne Lake all armed with tranquilizer guns heading towards the lake.)
The last big stop we decided to make was to the Geyser Basin to see the Prismatic Pools. They were incredible. (Read all about the parking ...
... finished remodeling a week ago. Hopefully our luck with hotels doesn’t run out. The room was beautifully decorated, furnished with the nicest furniture, and we had bath robes! It was a nice stay, especially with the lake right outside of our window. The only downfall was that we had absolutely no cell phone reception, and they charged $4.95 an hour for wired internet (no Wi-Fi at the hotel). Good thing we had to go to sleep early because withdrawal may have set in! ...
... 200 waterfalls, 3 major canyons, numerous lakes and rivers. A majority of the park is pine forest. It is all ringed by many mountain ranges which add a nice backdrop. Due to its' nature, many of the park's features are thermal, including boiling mud pools, sulphur pools and thermal vents including, of course, Old Faithful. Not quite so much these days, all eruption times are given as plus or minus 10 minutes.. Mine was three minutes early. More in next ...
... western fun! Everyone got a little too in to it. It took us a while to let those personas wear off.
I bought boots and a hat. Bradley bought a really sweet cowboy hat as well.
Sunday night we went to the Cody Nite Rodeo. FANTASTIC. I used my new lens to capture the riders on the bucking broncos, the boys rode the mechanical bull and sat on a real bull that was so big, Greg said it looked like something out of Star ...
... dinner. With light drops of rain the team decided a tarpaulin shelter would be best. As the meal began to cook thunder and lightening appeared from nowhere and struck near our site with a heavy down pour of hail then rain. The girls made a dash for it, taking cover inside the bus while the boys attempted to hold up their shelter which was near to collapse, using their heads to keep the tarp up whilst hanging on to the four metal poles. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking