Goff Creek Lodge Resort
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... care. It was the bright spot of my day (several days, in fact), and I bought it on the spot.
I drove back to the campground and called Fremont Ford in Cody. They told me to bring the truck in first thing Monday. I called Ponderosa Campground in Cody and they saved me a spot.
So… now I’m back in Cody, writing this on my old Dell. Got things to do this weekend and I’ll get the truck in on Monday. Hope all’s well with you ...
... corn dog. I don't know what anyone else had. Then we went to the rodeo. We saw Cowboys. We also saw cowgirls. We also saw little boys and little girls in the events. We saw bull riding, horse riding and we saw calf roping. Now we are back at our campsite. We are going to put on our PJ's, brush our teeth and then get in bed. Mommy and Daddy will give us kisses and tuck us in. Goodnight. Sleep tight don't let the bedbugs bite. ...
... hanging from a wooden beam near the sofa area.
Of course, the Hummingbirds! Hence its name, Hummingbird Retreat (and not, to my relief, Bear Retreat!) We were utterly spoilt with the amount of Hummingbirds that fed in front of our very eyes on the sugar water feeders.
We would hear the buzz of their wings before we saw them, then there they would be, their wings flapping ...
... the cliffs at Beachy Head! It's an impressive achievement though. Looking at the carvings through a zoom lens you can see cracks forming though. It's only a matter of time until a nose falls off!
We had been winging it on the road trip with regards to accommodation, and we decided to head towards the town of Casper, mainly because it had a good name. If our hotel was to be haunted, at least it would be a friendly ghost!
The hotel was ...
... Jackson Lake.
We knew we had a lot packed into today as we wrapped up in Grand Teton National Park about 3:00. We were now headed into Yellowstone National Park at the South Entrance. The plan was to enter at the South Entrance and just follow Grand Loop Road from the South Entrance to the East Entrance where we would exit the park and head over to our hotel in Cody, Wyoming for the next four nights. We started by checking out some of ...