Kings Inn Cody Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Sunday Today we were planning on driving around Yellowstone and going to look at Old Faithful but while we were having breakfast in the cafeteria a man came over to our table and told us that there was a mother grizzly bear and her 3 cubs and 2 wolves fighting over a bison carcass in the Lamar Valley, so we ate quickly and hopped in the van hoping …
... to experience, we had decide what to do and where to go. Of course, Yellowstone National Park, our ultimate destination, was first and foremost. Because the park is so vast, we chose to take two full days, drive the grand loop, a figure eight of an upper and lower loop, that intersects the center of the park. Mike and I pretty much spent the entire time in Yellowstone with our eyes popped out and our jaws dropped. It is that spectacular.
... in Cody this week as hundreds of others passed through on their way to Sturgis, but there has been a big change to the cycling crowd at least among those who ride the highways. Yes- still lots of leather, tattoos, hair and noise, but a much more genteel collection of riders. Most still ride Harleys and they tend to stay together, but you see more BMWs and Hondas and more trikes, frequently pulling small trailers which fold out in amazing ways ...
... He and Mom wanted to adopt Cody. Tears came to my eyes as I tried to speak… “Dad… Dad… that’s the most wonderful thing I could ever think of. Yes… oh, yes. Adopt Cody… my brother. Oh Dad….” I couldn’t go any further. There were tears in Dad’s eyes, too.
“I’m so glad, Justin. We wouldn’t do it without your approval… but we have come to love him. We knew ...
... 11,000' seemed to take forever. Even up high, there was continuous rough air.
As we headed to Helena,our first planned stop, Alex suddenly turned white as a sheet as we passed high over Missoula. Although it was closer, I didn't think that a spiraling descent would be any better or that much faster than continuing to Helena. Alex got out the ziplock bag I had provided incase he got sick. I firewalled the throttle, opened all the vents, and hoped for the ...