Elephant Head Lodge
Travel Blogs from Cody
... were still excited when we came upon a new animal, but growing tired of the stoppages for elk and bison. A good grizzly sighting or the like would have been appreciated for all the hassle of creeping along at a snail pace! At one point Rob said, "This better not be another 2 mile backup because of some elk licking it's (salty language removed here)!!" The slow down was along the Firehole River and I suggested that the kids put on their suits and ...
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Opening events include team riding for a warm-up, prayer, presentation of the colors, and the National Anthem. Special events are interspersed- the Rodeo Royalty including Miss Rodeo America (from Mississippi), Miss Rodeo Wyoming, Miss Cody Stampede and many others including members of their courts; The EHCAPA (Apache spelled backwards) Bareback Riders and a Clown Act.
Special mention for the indispensable Bullfighters whose ...
... clear water. The Grand Prismatic Spring had layers of orange and blue color surrounding it. I wish we could have seen it from an aerial view. Water from the springs flowed right into the river, but Evie touched the river and said that it was still a bit chilly.
After the springs, we headed to watch Old Faithful erupt. We thought that it erupted every 30 minutes or so, but apparently it’s more along the 90-minute window. Luckily, we had front-row seats ...
... used to. This spots look to us as though they exist just to help out travelers passing through. No one sits outside and tells ghost stories. Of course, this could be because the motorhomes, or shall we say, PALACES ON WHEELS, are so nice they don’t want to leave them. These babies are decked out! It does not appear to us that the recession affected the travelers of America. Either that or they no longer have houses and ...
It was a cold night sleeping outside in our brand new tent. Rach awoke at 5.00am and enjoyed a wash in the bathroom before others awoke. Rach was delighted to feel so clean again! The bus awoke at 7.00am, then it was time for the day to begin. After a quick change breakfast duty began. Bagels and melon were on the menu, so it was quick and simple. After breakfast we cleared up, packed bags, reorganised bus furniture, ready and prepared to ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed