Cody Legacy Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... The "Wow's" had started and were to continue for most of the day. As most of you know, when in an animal's natural habitat, they have the right-of-way and so it happened with the buffalo herds we were seeing frequently. Hope the video Pat took of the buffalo running down the road only inches from us will download. The "Wow" words don't come near in describing the moment.
The next great WOW was the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone! It is nowhere as ...
... It took a minute or two, but with a mighty heave and a loud roar he freed himself. He looked around and saw that the three of us were well-protected, so he contented himself with finishing off my lunch and then lumbering off past the old sawmill and back into the woods.
We climbed out of the Ranger’s vehicle. While he was writing up his report he told us it was his third encounter of the close kind that day. I walked over ...
... and headed for Sheridan Avenue, the main street, where they crossed again, this time in the crosswalk.
Some forest fires are burning to the west of here and the smoke was quite heavy the other night. It is a recurring problem during the summer... especially if it is dry. These fires are not as large as last summer’s and seem to be contained/controlled.
Shades of the Robin Williams movie "RV". Most RVers have stories ...
... 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 ...
... his usual chair by the fireplace. “Some real adventures. I guess you’ll be glad to take some time to rest.”
“It’ll be really nice,” I said. Cody said nothing, he was still looking around, wide-eyed. I was becoming uncomfortable for him, but I didn’t know what to do. I think Dad felt it, too.
“Justin, why don’t you show Cody his room,” Dad said. “You boys might want to ...