Salsbury Avenue Inn
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... Very moving indeed.
They had it all, barrel racing, calf roping, broncos, bulls, junior events and more.
An early start this morning for our ride to Red Lodge, Montana which is a small town just over the border from Wyoming. Once again, it has a terrific main street lined with flags and flower baskets. Morning tea here and off to Beartooth Pass. A leisurely ride up, climbing quickly with plenty of switchbacks ...
... in the hotel room, after which Mark took Milo and Noah to their first rodeo in Cody. Lulu wasn't interested in going, and when she twisted her ankle she wanted to stay in the hotel room even more.
The rodeo was great and the boys loved it. It was a two-hour show in an open-air rodeo stadium at a five-minute ...
... ve all done something like that”. Yes, we have… and I’m sure my sons would love to tell you our story….
We were treated to a free show last night by a group of teenaged costumed Mountain Dancers from Berea, KY, traveling around the country and spending the night in our campground in Cody. It was a composite of old Irish and English dances with a couple of square dance numbers accompanied by fiddle, guitar and ...
... handed Cody an envelope. As they did, I could see they were as nervous about their gift to him as he was about his to them. He opened it slowly. Inside was a Christmas card and, along with it, a picture of a horse. The card said, Merry Christmas to our son Cody. Love, Mom and Dad. He looked up- “Thank you for the picture,” he said, seriously appreciative of the photograph.
It took Mom and Dad a minute to realize that Cody ...
... are, and so does everyone else who meets you- remember that.”
He smiled and seemed to relax a little. “Thanks Justin. It’s just that I’ve never seen such a big house… and it’s so beautiful. I’m afraid I might mess up.”
“Cody--- you couldn’t possibly mess up more than I did in this house growing up. Don’t worry, just enjoy yourself.” He thanked me again.