Beartooth Inn of Cody
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... so little to do during the weekend they were seen pulling over a grandmother on a motor scooter and an 6 year-old on a tricycle.
Bone Daddy’s Harley Davidson shop in Red Lodge, Montana, sponsored an Iron Horse Rodeo out at the rodeo grounds on Saturday which apparently was a lot of fun and might possibly become an annual event. They have sponsored it in Red Lodge for some 20 years.
The Hells Angels were not the ...
... temperature drops dramatically.
The walk begins with two eateries- “Up in Smoke” which is a barbecue joint and “Art Works Too” which markets itself as a “Cowgirl Coffee Bar” with ice cream and coffees which you can enjoy inside or at café tables outside along the sidewalk. When possible I prefer the latter which is more relaxing and allows me to people watch and study the activity in town. The people at the next table asked if ...
... made its way down Cody’s cheek and Bear sat up and gently licked it away. “We belong. I love you, Bear,” Cody said, as he wrapped his arm around the great furry neck. I put down the tray and knelt down behind them wrapping them both in a huge hug.
“Oh, yes… you belong… we belong… forever.”
Later that night, as I got ready for bed, Cody came in. “Justin,” he said. “I ...
... last Flyabout, I had left my keys in the car in the hangar and had to have the airport Fire Department, who is responsible for the hangars after hours, come let me in. To prevent a recurrence, when I packed the plane last night, I took the key to the plane and the hangar and left them in the front seat of the plane (OK, so all of you can see where this is going....)
When we arrived at the airport, I looked at the key chain and realized that there was no ...
... in some barbed wire resulting in severe blood poisoning. He was brought back to Wyoming but the veterinarians tending him said there was no way to save him and so a rifle was brought and he was destroyed.
Legend says he is the only animal buried on the grounds of Frontier Park in Cheyenne, home of the world-famous Cheyenne Frontier Days, but according to a man who was there, he was buried in the city dump where he had been shot. I prefer ...