Kings Inn Cody Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in on our campground, the "Ponderosa Campground", where we had booked a teepee for the night. After unpacking some of our stuff we visited the Buffalo Bill Reservoir with its large dam. As it continuously rained, we searched for a place to have dinner and found a really nice steakhouse (Cassie's). The steaks were of amazing quality and a good bargain for Cod'y rates (dinner pp $22).
... so stopping at many viewing points for scenery or thermals and finished up at Lake Yellowstone which is one of the highest lakes in the Rockies. By about 3.30pm we had seen enough and headed out the East entrance which again was some 40 kilometres of steep winding road away. Once exiting the park the road was jammed with traffic and we followed heaps of large RV's, making about 60kph at best! Some of the 5th wheeler type outfits had another trailer hitched as well, carrying gear, boats ...
... Our first stop in Wyoming was the Vore Buffalo Jump. This is a sink hole that the Native Americans used to trap buffalo. They are currently doing extensive excavating of the area. We stopped here in 2008 and since then the area has been commercialize complete with gift shop and money collectors. We were disappointed to see the changes.
Our next stop was Devil's Tower. We have passed the ...
... br> There was a lot of snow last winter, slow in melting and the rivers were high when we first arrived in Cody. Lacey and I delayed making the journey until the river levels had gone down enough for the Jeep to make it across the four fords and not get washed downriver. The last 8 miles of road is one lane, steep in places, and subject to rockslides.
We managed to make all the crossings safely, though a couple of times the water was up ...
... us. We stopped and talked to some neighbors for a minute and as we turned to leave, Dad asked, “Where’s Cody?” I looked around and spotted him across the room.
“He’s introducing himself to everyone in the church… Dad, I don’t know if we have a future chef or an evangelist!” We laughed and collected Cody… my brother… and went out to the car.
On Christmas morning, I gave Cody ...