Travel Blogs from Cody, United States

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Day 30 - Gillette to Cody, Cody, United States travel blog

Day 30 - Gillette to Cody

A travel blog entry by dazandkim

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... an esky with some water and fruit for our trip, we left our good friends, Ric and Jenny and headed for our next stop, Cody, Wyoming. The weather was good, but as we got closer to the mountains, it started raining. We headed through Big Horn National ...

Day 31 - Day exploring Cody, Cody, United States travel blog

Day 31 - Day exploring Cody

A travel blog entry by dazandkim

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... . After breakfast, we headed for the Buffalo Bill Historic Centre and spent a couple of hours exploring and learning about Buffalo Bill Cody. So much information and not enough space in my head to store it, hahaha. I have kept the information books, so ...

Monday 21 July, Cody, United States travel blog

Monday 21 July

A travel blog entry by manningnz

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... since we arrived. Thanks to US Immigration at Port Huron in Michigan we are now able to continue our trip through the States!   We left this beautiful spot and headed on through the mountains and down the other side. It was gorgeous coming down ...

Three old geysers, Cody, United States travel blog

Three old geysers

A travel blog entry by argieuk

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... run. As you will no doubt see from the piccies we also saw a buffalo pretty close up. Made a lucky choice of hotel in Cody and met a friendly couple in the car park - Charlie and Lolita.What a name to carry through life! Prepared that next few days will ...

Cowboy Country! - Colorado and Wyoming, Cody, United States travel blog

Cowboy Country! - Colorado and Wyoming

A travel blog entry by mnkschultz

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... and we stopped in the Visitor Centre for a while but had to move on. Tonight we have been in an historic town called Cody. We had dinner in Buffalo Bill Cody's original hotel and then went to the Cody Night Rodeo which is an historic feature of the ...

Yellowstone Day 3 & the Cody Rodeo, Cody, United States travel blog

Yellowstone Day 3 & the Cody Rodeo

A travel blog entry by billingsfamily

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... log cabin at the Cody Cowboy Village (google it) and headed into Cody. A vibrant town living on its founders memory Bill Cody ( Buffalo Bill), and bought a few souvenirs. Tonight we attended the Cody Rodeo and had a great time. A unique experience for us ...

'Old West Shoot-out', Cody, United States travel blog

'Old West Shoot-out'

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

... . This evening we went downtown with the Lytle's for an 'Old West Shoot out.' It was the perfect ending to our time in Cody. Kelly and the boys took a trolley tour of downtown and then we went to dinner with the Lytle's after the trolley ride. ...

Enjoying he 'Old West', Cody, United States travel blog

Enjoying he 'Old West'

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

We really enjoyed spending the day with the Lytle's. Collin and keegan played with Jacob all day. Keith and I took them down to a stream to swim in, they had a squirt-gun fight. and then we walked to the downtown area to check out the festival. We'd ...

Devils Tower and Rodeo!!, Cody, United States travel blog

Devils Tower and Rodeo!!

A travel blog entry by jameszappia

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... rock formations and rolling hills, it really did feel like I was in the wild west, it was awesome but I finally arrived into Cody and just in time for the night Rodeo. This Rodeo was so cool and it had the perfect backdrop set amongst massive mountains ...

Day 8 - On the Road!, Cody, United States travel blog

Day 8 - On the Road!

A travel blog entry by emilyjoydurrant

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... , the High Plains, Mountains, Reservoirs, and small western towns - one of which had a population of 10. When we arrived in Cody, we ate at a Mexican/American restaurant. After that we browsed the gift shops and decided that if we were rich, we would buy ...

Wild Time with Buffalo Bill, Cody, United States travel blog

Wild Time with Buffalo Bill

A travel blog entry by hibbard

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Well, here we are in Wyoming..and what a trip it was.  We drove through the Big Horn Mountains and reached and elevation of 10,000 feet above see level.  We saw wild elk, rushing streams, and played in the snow!  Jack was very excited ...

More on Yellowstone, Cody, United States travel blog

More on Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by margomax

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     We spent 7 days in Yellowstone and have a lot of impressions and feel that we did a good job of seeing the sights.  In my previous blog, I said the animals were most impressive to me.  That's a little curious since the ...

4th of July, Cody, United States travel blog

4th of July

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

... hours, then left and will go back tomorrow. We came back to the RV and relaxed for a while before we headed over to the 'Cody Rodeo.' People come from all over the country to go to this rodeo. It was very impressive to watch some of the activities like ...

On to Cody for the 4th, Cody, United States travel blog

On to Cody for the 4th

A travel blog entry by thesteeles

... . We had to hang out for an hour or so before we got on the road. It took us about 4 hours to get to Cody and it was, again, a beautiful drive. Yellowstone park and the Shoshone National Park were just amazing. You could never get sick of seeing this ...

This is the West, Cody, United States travel blog

This is the West

A travel blog entry by leeandal

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... is the first of the catch up days. To describe today is almost impossible. We left Billings, Montana at 8 am and arrived in Cody, Wyoming at 10:00. We spent four hours in the Buffalo Bill Historical Center and could barely take it in. The exhibits ...

Almost at the end, Cody, United States travel blog

Almost at the end

A travel blog entry by eshortworldwide

Today we are in Cody, WY, heading through Yellowstone National Park for Grand Teton N.P. We spent yesterday driving around in Yellowstone, and after all that we've seen it was kind of disappointing. The place is huge (Rhode Island or Delaware would easily ...

BALLS, Cody, United States travel blog

BALLS

A travel blog entry by captnoindustry

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... .  That makes next week's venture into the Canadian Rockies and Glacier Park a little scary.   We finally got to Cody, expecting a dusty little cow town.  Au contraire, Pierre!  It is a bustling tourist center, much like gatlinburg ...

Back in touch from Cody, Wyoming, Cody, United States travel blog

Back in touch from Cody, Wyoming

A travel blog entry by eskimo13

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... OK, so for the continuity of the time-line, Sunday and Monday were spent in Yellowstone and Monday afternoon we moved on to Cody, Wyoming, where we arrived late afternoon yesterday. Checked into our hotel, went swimming in a very unusual pool/hot tub that ...

Mammoth Hot Springs and Yellowstone Grand Canyon, Cody, United States travel blog

Mammoth Hot Springs and Yellowstone Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by robntawn

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... , I would advise visiting the eastern side of Yellowstone. We said Goodbye to Yellowstone at 3pm, and headed out the east exit toward Cody, Wyoming.  Wow, what a difference!  Instead of being lush and green, this area is dry and barren, although ...

Cody & Buffalo bill, Cody, United States travel blog

Cody & Buffalo bill

A travel blog entry by lfont

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... des bikers trčs sympa nous expliquent leurs engins ŕ trois roues : des « Trikes » (au lieu de bikes). Finalement de Cody on retiendra le musée des Indiens et les diverses expériences de repas américains, on aura pas vu le Rodéo ...

Cody, Cody, United States travel blog

Cody

A travel blog entry by divokyzapadjaz

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... 'ji.Většina jídla je tu totiž sladké chuti. V podvečer jsme dorazili do malého městečka jménem Cody,který je blízko Yellostownu a to že jsme blízko divočiny jsme poznali záhy.Již na večeři v ...

Cowboy Country, Cody, United States travel blog

Cowboy Country

A travel blog entry by lahardee

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... We also watched the temperature go from 70s to 50s in a matter of minutes just by climbing to a higher elevation. When we got to Cody we decided to try out another state park, this one was called Buffalo Bill.  When we drove into the park we couldn't ...

Rootin' tootin' Cody, Cody, United States travel blog

Rootin' tootin' Cody

A travel blog entry by mattersdorff

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... attracts cowboys and cowgirls, fans of rodeo, various other 'interesting folk' and plenty of inquisitive tourists like Kirilee and I. Cody turned out to be a fantastic little country town tucked away in the middle of nowhere about two hours east of ...

Yippe kiyay!!, Cody, United States travel blog

Yippe kiyay!!

A travel blog entry by hibbard

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Well, today was the first day that it was actually beautiful and what a wonderful day for it....we got up  this morning and took the scenic drive through Bear Tooth Mountains; it is one of the top ten drives in the whole country and hopefully we can ...

Rodeo in Cody, Cody, United States travel blog

Rodeo in Cody

A travel blog entry by globehunters

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Pictures: http://smu.gs/OYSvSq We spent a couple of days in and around Cody and Thermopolis for some Western fun.  Starting our day in Riverton, Michael struck up a conversation with the live-in hotel manager, who is an Iraq veteran.  He ...

The way of the Cowboy, Cody, United States travel blog

The way of the Cowboy

A travel blog entry by grofffam5

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... 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 ...

Rodeos and Cowboys, Cody, United States travel blog

Rodeos and Cowboys

A travel blog entry by tonestar

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... is a lovely place for that, but the scenery here and in South Dakota is pretty similar so it all blends into one after awhile. Cody was named after Buffalo Bill (not his real name) and is basically a town for Cowboys and Rodeo's and they believe they are ...

Yellowstone Park, Cody, United States travel blog

Yellowstone Park

A travel blog entry by aleman

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... park, monument it costs money. this costs 25$ for 7 days. well worth the money. maijor attraction are the geysors and hot springs. i spent 3 days there. Nearby town of Cody is the tourist Cowboy town. Cody, like buffallo Bill Cody ...

Over the mountain & thru the woods to Cody we go, Cody, United States travel blog

Over the mountain & thru the woods to Cody we go

A travel blog entry by grofffam5

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... the bottom.  The last 20 minutes of the drive we were able to watch a thunderstorm in the distance as we arrived in Cody. After briefly walking around the town, we had a great dinner at the Wyoming Rib and Chop House in downtown Cody where we ...

Ride 'Em Cowboy, Cody, United States travel blog

Ride 'Em Cowboy

A travel blog entry by tchester

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Well.... according to the computer, it is four and a half hours from Keystone to Cody, WY. NOT true!! The computer forgot about dropping to 25 miles per hour climbing the grade around Big Horn Mountain. That four and a half hour trip took more like seven! ...

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