Cody Legacy Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... with all the amenities, including cable T.V. and a mini fridge for $45. I eat and drink at Cassie’s tonight, established in 1933 originally as a bar and brothel. I choose the bar side of the venue over the dining room, sitting with the few locals I enjoy a few Budweiser’s, a burger and the freedom to smoke until my heart’s content. I return to my cabin, open my wine I scored at Lavenders Crest and sit behind my cabin enjoying the stars in the big skies of ...
... ites, two men from Cody with the help of the funeral director in Denver switched the body of Buffalo Bill with that of a transient who looked a lot like Buffalo Bill. Then the two brought the body back to Cody and buried him in an unmarked grave up on a nearby mountain overlooking Cody. Apparently they were following the wishes outlined in his will. Believe whichever version you like as neither folks in Denver nor Cody are about ...
... There are several “Don’ts” when encountering a bear: Don’t run, don’t climb a tree, don’t look directly at it, don’t make any fast moves… additionally, make noise and carry bear spray… oh yes, and the latest, don’t go hiking with people who can run faster than you can which, in my case nowadays, is pretty much anyone. There was only Lacey with me and she’s the fastest thing on ...
... some point, because there is no way we are going over these mountains. But the road continued forward, and we drove right into them and followed the river as it snaked its way through the canyons, rapidly flowing north, creating white water. And we saw rafters paddling down the river in boats. We passed through 3 tunnels cut into the mountain and eventually escaped to the other side of the ridge.
This is why we came. This is what we came to ...
... fashioned suites where a number of colorful western characters had stayed over the years… and then the City Hall and county offices.
Shaded sidewalks, colorful flowers, benches, café tables and chairs, friendly people, interesting establishments, historic buildings… all make for a relaxed and enjoyable down main street--- here in Buffalo and any number of other small towns across the country. Can’t find that on the Interstates and I don’t want ...