Buffalo Bill Cabin Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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I believe the world is incomprehensibly beautiful — an endless prospect of magic and wonder.”— Ansel Adams. It wasn't the most picture perfect day, it wasn't the best weather for a scenic drive, but it ...
7/19 Day 28 Still camped in Wapiti. We went on a major road trip today following the Chief Joseph Scenic byway, to The Beartooth All American Road (55 miles), to the town of Red Lodge Montana, then rte. 308 to Belfry MT, then rte. 72 to rte. 120 to take us back to Cody. This took us over Beartooth Mountain `10,947' in height. When we came down the mountain to Red Lodge the elevation was 6,400’. In other words, one heck of a climb and one hell of a descent. It ...
... sheep crossing zones, and scenic pull offs abound. As I continue my decent and exit the park the warmth that comes with a lower elevation is like a departing hug from Mother Nature. I arrive in Cody, and make my way down the town’s main drag; a bank sign informs me it’s 6:30pm. The city feels inviting, historic, and full of life. I arrive at Ponderosa Campgrounds, check in and enjoy some good conversation with the staff. My accommodations for the night are a ...
... the plentiful grasses. Human evidence was scarce as most of the highway passes through ranch country with not even a house in sight.
Upon leaving the interstate, we entered the Big Horn National Forest in the Big Horn Mountains. The drive across the Big Horn Mountains gave us a number of photo ops including a male moose enjoying his dinner.
Our goal tomorrow is Yellowstone National ...
A few odds and ends:
There are a number of deer roaming free in the town of Cody- and by law they have the right-of-way everywhere. They seem to have adapted fairly well. I saw a doe the other day stepping into the street and checking out traffic. She stopped in the middle of the street and looked back over her shoulder. On the curb there stood two fawns still quite young waiting for mother's OK to cross the street. Traffic stopped and ...