Budget Host Inn Cody
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... talking bike stuff with the bike guys. Sophie and I got out and walked around and got him some Father's Day gifts at the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum. Finally we had to make a stop at the Full Throttle Saloon which I guess is featured on some TV show about bikers that he watches. He was like a little kid and the whole detour was well worth it.
From there we drove a few hours on 90 across some pretty boring ...
... are photos of Old Faithful.
Grant village campground is pretty, located right by West Thumb which is an elongation of the beautiful Yellowstone Lake. We managed to get a break in the clouds just long enough to go to the marina and grab some dinner. The thunder and rain began again and didn't let up all night. Yesterday morning, it was freezing cold and super wet everywhere. Too wet to walk, hike or do anything. The forecast was for even ...
... next morning we got up, ready for the river trip. Cody, as usual, was pumped. “This is going to be so cool, Justin!” He said.
John Williams was waiting for us as we exited the camper. “There they are!” He proclaimed. “The guys who caught the robbers yesterday in town. Look- it’s here in the paper.” He was holding a copy of the local newspaper and there it was… on page one… a bunch of pictures of us ...
... decided that John and Jenni would go back and take the quick route to Cody and she convinced us to continue on because they seen it before and didn't want us to miss it. Thank you Jenni, it was AWESOME!
Jenni made it to Cody and her bike is running beautifully again, problem was a hole in her fuel line and dirty plugs. Thank goodness nothing serious.
We're off the Buffalo Bill's Irma Hotel for dinner and then to bed, another early start ...
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