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6am wake up. Take shuttle to restaurant @7, a line out the door! Nope, I walked back to room, about .3 miles in 25* cold weather! On bus at 8. Picked up The Local Tour guide, Amber . Saw mud pots, lots of geysers and best of all Old Faithful :) stopped at a the Lower Falls and The Upper ...
... ourselves with hotdogs, fries and coke. Having never been to a rodeo before I had no idea what to expect. When it started we all stood for a prayer and the national anthem and we were introduced to the competitors. We were lucky because the day we went was in fact a competition so we were able to see how the competitors compared and scored as well as the different tasks they had to complete. I actually didn't like it. ...
... number of smaller ones also purchased by sponsors and painted. The artists range in age from 8 to 80, and the smaller works of art can either be purchased for a set price from $250 to $950 or bid on "silent auction" style. The price depends on who the artist is and the amount of work that has gone into the piece. I photographed most of them and, while sorely tempted, did ...
We had recently read that; 'there is no better place to be for the 4th July celebrations than in the town of Cody'.
Well that was a stroke of luck as that's where we were heading next! OK, maybe there was a little pre-planning, but it was comforting to read that we'd made the right choice!
Having visited Cody 9 years ago when I worked on a ranch in neighbouring Montana, I knew ...
... and I dodged “brickers” with their new-found treasures as they raced with them to their vehicles (as much as you can “race” with armfuls of bricks) and went back for more. The swap was done by 9:15 and people packed their bricks in their cars and then gathered on the church lawn for the auction. It included the expected rare bricks and a book, brick display rack, ancient bottle-capping device and a bottle of wine from Wall ...