Best Western Sunset Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Sunset Inn Cody
A little dark in the room but clean and tidy.
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... the "secret" river. Let's be clear, the river itself isn't really a secret. It flows through a section of public land that is popular with locals for camping, horseback riding and ATV'ing. We park at a trailhead that in the winter has cross country skiing, there's a cute warming hut and a campsite with a very rustic pit toilet.
The plan of the day is to fish until lunchtime on this section of the river ...
... the way in both parks were absolutely stunning. The view of the Grand Tetons from this route is different from other mountains as they appear to rise directly from the plains with no foothills. We went alongside one chasm in Yellowstone that had Peg real nervous due to the vertical drop right outside her window. The mountain passes with craggy peaks on each side kept providing new exciting views. We were both busy saying "look out this ...
... as to what to do and see, apart from Yellowstone, because Cody Wyoming has a character and rhythm unique to the west. The town of Cody has the multitude of western wear shops, tack and saddle shops, ranch and farm supplies, horse and mule sales and outdoor sporting stores for every conceivable kind of outdoor activity. There is the nightly Cody Rodeo, in its 76th year, river rafting and world class museums. There is the ...
... unpacked the sandwiches, fruit, cookies and Snapple I had packed earlier that morning at our campsite in Cody. Lacey gave up chasing whatever it was she had been sniffing and sat patiently, waiting for her share of my lunch. She never got it!
All of a sudden her ears went up along with her hackles and she began to bark. She has distinctive barks for certain situations and I immediately recognized her “don’t look now but there ...
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There are a number of deer roaming free in the town of Cody- and by law they have the right-of-way everywhere. They seem to have adapted fairly well. I saw a doe the other day stepping into the street and checking out traffic. She stopped in the middle of the street and looked back over her shoulder. On the curb there stood two fawns still quite young waiting for mother's OK to cross the street. Traffic stopped and ...