Buffalo Bill Cabin Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Well...the title says it all. Today was what we used to call a 'refit' day in the army. Frank and Bryan pent the day rebuilding the brakes on the car hauler. Frank was the brains and Bryan was the uhhh, certainly not the brawn, but he helped!
Rita and Deb did ...
... Rodeo, which was the original rodeo starting back in the 1800's. About 30 of the group decided to attend and most decided to really get into it by dressing up for the occasion. However, Steph and I decided to take it a bit further and go as trailer trash, wearing camo and a skunk hat. It so turns out that the rodeo doesn't attract trailer trash, so we in turn attracted a lot of attention. So to finish the illusion, we also had a back story; my name was Earl ...
... I guess the size), but were impressed by the predictability! All in all, we drove 130 miles thru the park, seeing bison, waterfalls, SNOW and ICE, and eventually understood why some roads are still closed! We actually hit sleet coming thru the Sylvan Pass on the way east out of the park! In the end, we felt fortunate to exit this way to Cody. We saw wildlife at Shoshone Park and enjoyed the ride to Cody, ...
... bad. Apparently one pipe had come loose from another and the diagnosis was not too bad. Thought we would go into town to take the trolley tour of Cody at 1:00PM but found out that there was not a tour at that time. Put that on the back burner to do the next day. went shopping instead and got t-shirts and ball caps and some souvenirs. Picked up a Papa Murphy's pizza for a late lunch or early dinner (whichever way you want to ...
... remains of the fence. Something caught my eye and I bent down to look closer. Embedded in the fence rail was one of the bear’s canine teeth. I asked the Ranger if he had any pliers. He handed me some from his tool kit and I extracted the bear’s tooth from the fence. A short discussion followed in which he informed me that by law I could not keep the tooth, but a closer study of the rule book seemed to prove otherwise. While I could ...