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Today we arrived in Cody, Wyoming via Salt Lake City for our annual fly fishing trip with Guy Highland from North Fork Anglers. I think this is our fifth year here, but given how times flies, it may be longer. I'll have to fact check it.
Jeff and I are staying at the Chamberlin Inn which is a great boutique hotel in the heart of downtown …
... the Microsoft phone system was a trip, but I finally arrived at tech support and was told that the “average waiting time is in excess of one hour”. Forget it. I’ll wait until I get back to Shreveport where all the paperwork for the newer computer rests.
I checked in at the campground.
Up bright and early the next morning, dropped the Jeep and headed off to take the truck to the other two Ford dealers. On the way ...
... once thought to be too hot to sustain life (the temperature of the spring sits around 70 degrees Celsius). The reflection of the blue of the spring and the oranges and browns reflects up into the steam given off by the spring and makes for a spectacular sight. We stopped off at many geysers and trails during the day. However, the highlight trail for the day was called Uncle Tom's Trail which runs the southern side of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone ...
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 ...
... among other things. Some departed following the auction, the rest gathered for an early lunch in the parish hall before heading off to their various destinations.
It was a fun weekend at the ranch and the church… western hospitality at its finest. I was given a brick as a gift by Donna made in Cody with a Buffalo Bill medallion attached for helping out as were the other members of “the crew”. The first brick of my collection? ...