Cody Legacy Inn
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... three ran(?) for the title.
Then an event where the rider had to roll a 55-gallon drum down the course with his/her front wheel and across the finish line.
Then the traditional barrel race around three barrels laid out in a triangle. (Horses do it much better and faster!)
An obstacle course requiring a rider and a passenger. First through an arch, tossing a water balloon in the air on one side and catching it on ...
7/18 Day 27 Still camped at Wapiti WY. We went into Cody today and saw part of the Buffalo Bill Cody Museum, a shootout on the streets of Cody, and a rodeo. In 2010 we had seen the museum as we drove through Cody on our way to West Yellowstone, but it was late and we did not have time to stop. It looked really fascinating so it was one of the first things we added to our 'next time' list.
The BBCM is actually 5 museums in one with natural history, ...
A famous feature and main focal point inside is the long back bar made from cherry wood which was a gift from Queen Victoria to Buffalo Bill! We were lucky enough to have our dinner on that very bar directly opposite the stunning gold cash register.
After our delicious rib meal, we looked around the hotel lobby and found some old photographs of men sat at the cherry bar with the ...
... in a small cabin, surround by many RV's. The RV's are of course huge in America. Great for spending the night in, but as anyone who has driven a camper or caravan will know, big is not always best, and we watched one of the huge caravans try and park and rub the caravan against a dumpster, gouging the side of the caravan whilst trying to get the angle right (or wrong) to get into their space.
We had dinner in town at a traditional diner ...
... rain before, besides by looking at the GPS, we could see we were almost past Yellowstone Lake so the worst was bound to be behind us.
We turned east on US-14E, only about 70 more miles to go. The lake was behind us, but we were beginning to climb. We had started about 7000 ft, but we were now approaching 8000 ft and the temperature of both the air and the raindrops were beginning to fall. By the time we reached the peak, we were at 8600 ft, ...