Elephant Head Lodge
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and within a few seconds he turned and stared us down, it scared the pants off me and scotty. We were 3 feet away from him with the GoPros. Bison are known for charging at cars. We also tried to have a run in with an Elk that was hanging around an RV park. He also lifted his head and started to walk towards us..Bree put her foot on it!
That night we stayed to the North of Yellowstone NP with an 8hr drive to Calgary the next day.
... cards at a downtown Casino, McCall later claimed that he killed Hickok to avenge the death of his brother. At the time of his death Wild Bill had fatally shot 36 men, he was a lawman, soldier, actor, politician, and notorious gunfighter. Story has it; the poker hand Bill was holding at the time of his death was Aces and Eights, giving it the name it now carries “Dead Man’s Hand”. Calamity Jane is buried next to Wild Bill, either her dying wish or a cruel prank ...
... said she was really grateful for what I said. When we were leaving the next morning we were stopped by rangers at a road block, wanting information about the gunshots so Dave had to talk to them. The National park rangers have a lot of power and can arrest people. These ones were heavily armed with automatic rifles. Amanda thinks it would have been a poacher, or just an idiot firing their gun in the ...
We got up a bit earlier than usual so we could go to Mass at St. Theresa's in Meeteese about a half hour drive out of Cody. It was a very small church, probably seating 40 people at most. Breakfast followed back in Cody at the Yellowstone Regional Airport. Talk about a small airport! There were only two gates and the ticket counter staff also loads and unloads the baggage of planes coming and going. There are 3-4 flights a day, ...
... the Jeep and let Lacey out. She immediately began sniffing everything… it doesn’t take much to keep her entertained. I took out the backpack, strapped on the .44 and grabbed my jacket. Lacey and I made our way over the footbridge across the stream and walked past the first of the deserted buildings.
It was lunchtime and we walked over to a pile of logs and an old post and rail fence. I got out the insulated lunch bag ...