Bill Cody Ranch
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... as much money as possible out of the reputation of its namesake, Buffalo Bill Cody.
We checked into our cosy little cabin at the Ponderosa Campground, surrounded by loads of massive motor homes - some of them 40 feet long! Not quite our style...
... 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 ...
Weather: High 80s and blue skies in Yellowstone. 90s in Cody. Location: Gardiner, MT to Cody, WY Highlights: Moose, Buffalo walking down the road, Bull riding Lowlights: Leaving Gardiner #of Swearwords: I might have said some on the Bull People we met: Petra who worked at the Cody Cowboy Village. She was helpful from the moment I made the reservation to her kindness when we arrived. ...
... br> There are several “Don’ts” when encountering a bear: Don’t run, don’t climb a tree, don’t look directly at it, don’t make any fast moves… additionally, make noise and carry bear spray… oh yes, and the latest, don’t go hiking with people who can run faster than you can which, in my case nowadays, is pretty much anyone. There was only Lacey with me and she’s the fastest thing on ...
Steve was up and raring to go early this morning, so we left at 8 and 61 degrees and headed for Cody, WY, which is where we will stay for the next three nights while we visit Yellowstone NP. I didn't know what to expect from Wyoming. I had not been here since 1966 and have little memory of driving through it. I will admit, I didn’t expect much.
We headed north and into prairie country, a landscape of rolling hills of yellow grass, shaded ...