Bill Cody Ranch
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... looks like a dinosaur.
Tux wears this thing on his collar that electrically opens a dog door from the garage to the house so he can go in and out when he wants to. He showed me that if I follow right behind him I can get in too, because there is a little delay before the door closes. It didn’t work the first few times, but I have visited him twice before and we’ve got the routine down ...
... 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 ...
... cowgirls and little kids riding bulls. Elizabeth loved the girls barrel races. They had to circle three barrels and race back timed. The bull riding was crazy. They don't stay on long. At least mine wouldn't attack me after throwing me off. Again the night weather was beautiful. We all had a blast. Off to bed to see what tomorrow bring going to Rapid City to see Mount Rushmore. We've waited a long time to see these great things. Good ...
... burp of bubbling water that got people excited, but no eruption, yet. Then suddenly there was a loud swisssshhhh and the water began to rise, bouncing up and down, reaching higher and higher each time. And the steam got bigger and the water began to spray with the wind. And what a sight to see. The entire eruption lasted less than a minute and a half. (You can see part of it on a video below.)
After a brief visit to the gift shop, Steve went to ...
... several of the businesses are referred to in the books such as the Busy Bee Café and the Occidental Hotel. I took some time to walk the main street and thoroughly enjoyed it.
The main street runs downhill to Clear Creek and then uphill on the other side. The sidewalk is shaded by trees on the street side and awnings stretching out from a series of historic buildings on the other. Around here where the humidity is quite low, once you step out of the sun into the ...