Elephant Head Lodge
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... down the road to Cody arriving about dinner time. I received a warm welcome from my friends at the Ponderosa Campground and Lacey and I got settled in. Our campsite is under an apple tree and the fruit is ripe. The deer tracks in the mud beneath the tree showed they knew it, too. Apples go with the territory so I might try to make applesauce or turnovers this weekend. Cody feels like home in a way and I look forward to seeing more friends at church ...
... here so many times that he let folks know that when he started to visit it was called Young Faithful! After leaving the park the four of us had dinner at the Shoshone Lodge and Guest Ranch before heading back to the RV for a good night's sleep listening to the rushing river again. Saturday morning found us back on the road heading down the mountains toward Cody. Had to stop at the Buffalo Bill Dam. When it was built, it was the tallest arch dam in the world. It ...
Today was our first non-traveling day going west, as we're staying in Cody for a second night. After breakfast, we pretty much immediately went to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, which is five museums in one--all pretty darn good.
The first one we visited was the Draper Natural History Museum, which ...
... that the sewer hose had not been fully connected and brown sewage squirted out from the connection under the camper. Dad lunged for the dump valve and, in the process, knocked his son down into the rapidly-spreading sea of goo. A head appeared in the camper window screaming “It’s everywhere!!” I could only hope “it” was water from the hose that had gone in through the window, because the other “it” ...
... handed Cody an envelope. As they did, I could see they were as nervous about their gift to him as he was about his to them. He opened it slowly. Inside was a Christmas card and, along with it, a picture of a horse. The card said, Merry Christmas to our son Cody. Love, Mom and Dad. He looked up- “Thank you for the picture,” he said, seriously appreciative of the photograph.
It took Mom and Dad a minute to realize that Cody ...