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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... THE Grand Canyon but it rivals it in beauty. The river runs through it after crashing over the upper falls and continues on its way to the lower falls. Lots of photo ops! There is a picture that shows an outcropping where folks can hike down to get a closer look of the upper falls. It was only later on Monday that the news reported a family going to the ledge when one of their children lost her footing and plunged into the canyon below. I cannot imagine the ...
... at the remains of the fence. Something caught my eye and I bent down to look closer. Embedded in the fence rail was one of the bear’s canine teeth. I asked the Ranger if he had any pliers. He handed me some from his tool kit and I extracted the bear’s tooth from the fence. A short discussion followed in which he informed me that by law I could not keep the tooth, but a closer study of the rule book seemed to prove otherwise. While ...
... that went wrong, frequently around their camper’s sewer system. Dumping black water (body waste) and grey water (sinks and showers) into campgrounds’ sewers tend to provide hours of humorous stories around a campfire. Most campsites provide sites with water and electric and some sites with sewer. There is usually always a dump station for emptying tanks in case one was not able to hook up to a sewer. A relatively new family stopped at ...
... 8217;t believe it’s all true. Do you remember that night by the river months ago when I said if I ever had a brother I wanted it to be you… and now you are.” He smiled his wonderful smile. “I love you, Justin… thanks for everything.” He kissed my cheek, turned and walked back through the bathroom.
I sat up for an hour or so watching TV then went in and used the bathroom. Quietly I walked over and stood in ...
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 in case he got sick. I firewalled the throttle, opened all the vents, and hoped for the best.
After a few minutes, I hit upon the idea of using the oxygen system ...