Cody Legacy Inn
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... began to leave. Several companies tried to start up operations again, but they soon gave up and, over the years it has become a ghost town- and a destination for adventurous individuals with high-clearance, 4-wheel drive vehicles that can ford the rivers and climb the narrow road that leads up to what remains of Kirwin. While no longer populated with humans, there is substantial wildlife, including a growing population of Grizzly Bears.
... town that has a history of being an oil town. They still have an oil refinery and a few oil wells in the prairie, but they now mine coal and uranium. With a population of 57,000, it was the biggest town that we saw all day.
Soon the topography began to change and started looking more like the dessert, with white sand, peppered with silver green sage and in some places, evergreen bushes. Then suddenly we were looking at walls of jagged ...
... my Savior.” Then he added, “Thank you for the prayer- this is my Dad and Mom and my brother, Justin.”
“This has to be a special Christmas for you all,” Fr. Dunn said, “And it’s made it a special one for me too. Welcome, Cody.” We all had tears in our eyes… again!
We saw lots of friends and introduced Cody to them. They had heard the story about Cody saving my life and were ...
... are, and so does everyone else who meets you- remember that.”
He smiled and seemed to relax a little. “Thanks Justin. It’s just that I’ve never seen such a big house… and it’s so beautiful. I’m afraid I might mess up.”
“Cody--- you couldn’t possibly mess up more than I did in this house growing up. Don’t worry, just enjoy yourself.” He thanked me again.
Old Trail Town began as the work of Bob Edgar, a native of the Cody area and an archaeologist for the Buffalo Bill Center. He realized that many of the old historical buildings were disappearing and he wanted to preserve them. In 1967, work was begun to gather historical buildings on the site of the original Cody City (1895) before it was moved about one mile to the east.
The 26 buildings come from Wyoming and Montana, and many were dismantled ...