Bill Cody Ranch
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... cards at a downtown Casino, McCall later claimed that he killed Hickok to avenge the death of his brother. At the time of his death Wild Bill had fatally shot 36 men, he was a lawman, soldier, actor, politician, and notorious gunfighter. Story has it; the poker hand Bill was holding at the time of his death was Aces and Eights, giving it the name it now carries “Dead Man’s Hand”. Calamity Jane is buried next to Wild Bill, either her dying wish or a cruel prank ...
... elk, and moose. We did see a lot of bison today, but I can never see enough wild animals. UNLESS it's late at night and my dad is going about 70 mph toward some elk in the middle of the road, only stopping once I shout SLOW DOWN SLOW DOWN STTTOOOOPPPP and we stop with an elk about a foot in front of the bumper. Yeah... Scary thought.. Anyway, I hope to be back to Yellowstone one day and I highly recommend taking a trip out to see some of its truly amazing ...
We got up a bit earlier than usual so we could go to Mass at St. Theresa's in Meeteese about a half hour drive out of Cody. It was a very small church, probably seating 40 people at most. Breakfast followed back in Cody at the Yellowstone Regional Airport. Talk about a small airport! There were only two gates and the ticket counter staff also loads and unloads the baggage of planes coming and going. There are 3-4 flights a day, ...
... the Jeep and let Lacey out. She immediately began sniffing everything… it doesn’t take much to keep her entertained. I took out the backpack, strapped on the .44 and grabbed my jacket. Lacey and I made our way over the footbridge across the stream and walked past the first of the deserted buildings.
It was lunchtime and we walked over to a pile of logs and an old post and rail fence. I got out the insulated lunch bag ...
... cows were small and, despite the immense expanse in which they could roam, they were always seen together. I have decided that cows are social animals. They like company. And where there was a well powered by the wind, that is where they would gather, by the troth. Kind of like workers in an office, gathering at the water cooler, right? I wonder what they were talking about.
The wind in the winter must be rather powerful, because all along ...