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Travel Blogs from Cody
... their backs.
“Did you catch anything?” John asked.
“Not one…,” Cody said. Then, with a laugh, they produced half a dozen.
“Oh, my,” Edna said. “I don’t know what to do with them.”
“Don’t worry,” I said. “Cody and I’ll teach the boys how to clean them and Cody will cook them.” Edna said she’d fry some potatoes and make ...
... says he’s doing well. He’s still in surgery, but it sounds good.”
“The doctor also said you saved his life, Cody,” my father said.
“I had to get him here to the hospital… I did everything I could. I tried, I really tried.”
“Yes, you did and we can never repay you for that,” my mother said.
“Justin is the best person ever,” Cody said. ...
... one – Plains Indians, Buffalo Bill, Firearms, Western art, Yellowstone nature.
Sierra Trading Post
Dip in the hot tub/pool
Cody Cattle Company all you can eat buffet and western music show with some very accomplished musicians – one who finished in the top 10 in the U.S. in a recent fiddler competition.
Cody Nite Rodeo- Jared had his hand on the ribbon of the calf in the calf chase, but it slipped through his ...
... second one's got horses and fishing if that interests you."
“They’ve got horses!?” Cody blurted out. “Sorry… I’ve never been horseback riding. I… uhhh… I….” He looked at me, embarrassed.
I told the attendant, “We’ll give it a try. Thanks.”
As we walked to the truck, Cody was barely able to conceal the excitement in his voice. “Can we really go ...
... publishing. In 1899, he established the Cody Enterprise, still the newspaper for the Cody area.
In 1913, the Wild West Show ended, going bankrupt in Denver, but by the time he died, Buffalo Bill had come to symbolize the American frontier. He died in Denver on January 10, 1917, but his legend lives on. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody is made up of five extraordinary museums: The Buffalo Bill Museum (of ...