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... no where for 100 miles to pull over, she will eventually show you what's wrong by standing on the front center console, pop a squat & pee, at least a half pint...
We arrived in Cody around 2:30, and we travelled a total of only148 miles in 3 1/2 hours.
We mostly just chilled out since we've been here. I did have to do a little laundry after Cookie's accident.
Tomorrow our plan is to go into town & site see and catch a rodeo tomorrow evening.
... followed by four cones marking a slalom course. Each cone had a ball on top- the passenger had to collect the balls on the way up the course, and put them back on the return trip, going over a see-saw in between.
Don't know the name of the next trial. Three bike teams at a time- down the course, passenger jump off in a hay pile and search (frantically) for a potato while the rider circled the pile, then back on and race for the ...
We were pretty pooped after the museum so we went over to the area where the Cody shootout was to be found a parking spot and took a brief nap. The shootout is a theatrical performance that is used to raise money for several Cody non-profit organizations. It featured as one might expect Buffalo Bill, but also Wyatt Earp and Calamity Jane. It was very cute with a clear tongue in cheek attitude. The other thing they did in addition to the ½ ...
... for this event!)
We couldn't believe when the Rodeo was over, we were high on the exhilaration of what we'd seen, and knew we couldn't go home to the quiet of the porch just yet so went into town for a delicious meal in a restaurant frequented by local cowboys.
After dinner we were hit by reality that we needed to buy breakfast for the following morning so headed to Walmart - I ...
... nothing but a metal railing between me and the edge, Jody had to take the pictures on the dam side. I had no trouble with the reservoir side.
Evidently, there is very little water in this part of Wyoming, so if there is to be any farming or even significant ranching, irrigation water is provided by damming up the rivers and providing water from the reservoirs. It was very educational, and of course the scenery was ...