Salsbury Avenue Inn
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... br> Final event- hot dog eating… with a twist. A hot dog on a string is dipped (all the way) into a jar of mustard then suspended from the arch. The driver guides the bike through while the passenger, without the use of hands, has to catch the hot dog in his/her mouth and bite off a piece- largest piece wins.
Add to this all the free beer you can drink (donations accepted) and a lot of hi-jinks among the judges and it made for ...
... was a lesson on gun safety for the kids; a demonstration of the damage of blank ammunition on a coke can and what it could do to a person or animal let alone what a real bullet could do.
We went to the rodeo next. They have one each night in Cody during the summer. The rodeo riders were good for non-pros. One of the fun things they had was at the start they had "Wyoming Thunder" where they released their 30 horse remuda (the horse herd that was part ...
... what a way to end the day! But we even managed to leave there on a high when after weeks of searching we found our favourite granola! Not knowing when we'd find it again we made sure we emptied the shelves with as much as we could possibly carry!
What a 4th July, waking up to Hummingbirds and mountain views in a room without walls, mixing with the locals in town, going to the world famous ...
... seems we have eaten at all the most recommended restaurants in Cody, at least according to TripAdvisor, so tonight it was time for some good old fashioned Subway. The other thing we noticed tonight was when we gassed up the bike at the Sinclair station nearby, it had 6 pumps, but was totally unmanned. There was just a little shack building with no windows, and the pumps were just there like a regular station. They only took ...
... beginning to come down, and down, and down, and down. The temperature warmed up a little and the hail turned back into rain and eventually stopped. It wasn't until we saw the Cody sign with an altitude of 6000 ft that we realized we had come down 3500 ft. US-14E from the Yellowstone East Entrance to Cody looks like it would be an awesome motorcycle ride in good weather, but by the time we were on the last 50 miles to the hotel, we were just tired ...