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... Cody, but there are only two boys in junior high who want to play. The pastor takes them daily down to Meeteetse, a thirty mile trip one way, and they play with the Meeteetse Longhorns who need the extra players.
The game was against the Little Snake Rattlers from Bags, Wyoming, which is south of Rawlins, a six ...
... keeping secrets. We always meet Guy in the fly shop before we head out to the river and today when the other guides ask where we're going, Guy is cryptic. The only hint he'll give out is that we're eating fried chicken for lunch. This doesn't tell us anything, but out here the guides know that it means we're eating lunch at the truck. No one in the Cody area is carrying fried chicken in a hiking pack - too ...
... the few fish looking up, followed by a nymph and San Juan worm. My San Juan worm is red, my favorite color and the fish like it too!
All in all, we have a good day of fishing. We had a few spots where we could get out and fish the river side channels and stretch our legs, but getting in and out of the raft was very painful! We were happy to be close to town at the end of the day to get an early dinner and hot soak in ...
... punctuated with chimney rock and some rocky crags. The park receptionist said we might see elk feeding over in the foot hills. Watched tonight but none so far even with binoculars. Maybe tomorrow morning.
Speaking of critters, as we were driving through Yellowstone on the way here I saw an elk with the largest rack I had ever seen not on a wall. It was bigger than some on walls. Unfortunately I was driving through a very ...
... Cody. Our first stop was at Walmart to get binoculars, shampoo and some food items for our stay in Yellowstone National Park. While there, Dad got a call from his father and found that his cousin was attempting to reach him.
We dallied enough there that we decided to take Dad's desired hike along the Shoshone River Trail. As we walked, we watched the distant mountains disappear under the clouds. We turned back toward the van when ...