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... 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 ...
Kirwin, Wyoming… a ghost town some 35 miles west of Meeteetse and 9,600 feet up in the mountains in a beautiful alpine meadow. At the turn of the last century it was a promising mining town with gold, silver, copper, lead and other minerals discovered being pulled from the earth. Things didn't work out, however… it was expensive getting the ore out and, following a major avalanche that took out the general store and the ...
... in the road, so 45 MPH was a mere 10 MPH for a number of miles, for many, many cars and RV’s. And if that was not enough, they were out there again on the way back up the road, so we lost about an hour of travel time. Add to that, being stuck behind a rented RV for 2 hours, that was going 15-20 miles under the speed limit…well, getting back to the hotel was a bit of a challenge, and made for a very long day. So, 2 days in Yellowstone and 4 traffic jams. I am ...
... equipment. This part of the state attracts a lot of hikers, bikers, canoeists, kayakers and skiers and the store has ample wares, including the ubiquitous T-shirts and cowboy hats… and a sale rack on the sidewalk to entice passing potential customers… good deals, rarely my size.
There is a local brewery, “Clear Creek Brewery”, next to the sports store. The large store windows reveal it had another life, perhaps several, in the retail ...
... 8220;It’s me… and my mother and father,” Cody said, soberly, looking first at the picture and then at my parents who were waiting anxiously to see his reaction. He looked up and a smile spread across his face, “But you’re my Mom and Dad. I love you.” That did it… the dams broke and everyone was crying. He gave them both a hug. Then he dug into his pocket, producing a small wrapped package.