No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Cody
... and family, Cassie’s remains Wyoming’s Best Steak Houses of the West, as seen on THE TRAVEL Channel with Samantha Brown.
Saturday morning, the boys went out in search of a barbershop. Apparently, cowboys don’t get haircuts on Saturdays, because all three barber shops in town were closed, and they ended up at Walmart where someone did cut their hair. Whatever! Later, we checked out the town, walking up and down ...
... The Yellowstone natural history museum was spectacular as were the Plains Indian Exhibit and Western Art Exhibit. Sara was fascinated by the beautiful bead work of the Native Americans. Beads were valued by the Indians and traded to the white men for furs. After parting from our new friends, we went for a stroll downtown. The shops were filled with Native American and western souvenirs. Of course, we met the Hartungs at the Harley Davidson store in ...
... excited. Cody wanted to go fishing and the two boys went with him. I stayed and talked with the parents. John was a car dealer and Edna a nurse. The trailer had been traded in on a truck and they had bought it a couple of months before and this was their first journey of any length. We swapped “did you ever…” stories and talked and laughed for about an hour and a half. Cody and the boys returned, looking dejected, poles under their arms and ...
... I kept going. All of a sudden I hit something, the bike stopped dead and I think I went over the handlebars. I hit the ground hard, felt a searing pain in my chest and my head… and everything went black.
[This next part of the story I pieced together from what Cody and others told me.]
Back at the campsite, Cody read his first book and most of the second. Periodically he checked outside and, around noon, saw the storm ...
... the chuck wagon. Even the trail boss listened to the cook. No one could ride a horse through there, and all horses leaving camp had to leave downwind to keep the dust out of the wagon. The fire was built off the end of the wagon and the area between the tailboard of the wagon and the fire was for the cook alone. You did not want to get on the bad side of the cook on a trail drive! The canvas cover on the wagon was peeled back and held up by poles over ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
More great choices in Cody
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Cody
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations