Buffalo Bill Cabin Village
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... and ate a ton - go figure), then just Alex and I went out to the Cody Stampede Night Rodeo. We had a good time watching the staged events, although we noticed that almost no one was ever able to rope a cow - kind of strange.
At one point during the show, they invite all the kids in the stand down into the arena for an event where they release a couple of calves with ribbons on their tales,then let the kids chase them. The first kid to actually get the ...
... than my text.
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 ...
... in the ground that were full of boiling water. Mum and Dad were hanging onto Sybella so she didn't fall off the path. We met some Australian people from Brisbane who had been in America for 4 weeks. Then we headed out of Yellowstone Park past the massive Yellowstone Lake it was really beautiful to Cody. Mum was disappointed we didn't see any Moose. From Madi, Callum and Sybella ...
... but I finally found someone who remembered it had been green… the cash register is still in use, but pigs dinners and the dairy bar belong to the past. Each thing brought back memories that I could savor because it was there, or it wasn’t. I think that’s a homecoming.
Thank you, God, for loving homes and memories to share… I know you have planned the grandest homecoming of all. Some food for ...
... he picked me up across his shoulders. I weigh some 35 pounds more than he, and it was a superhuman effort. All he could tell us later was that he did it because he had to.
Bearing me on his shoulders he retraced his steps back to the truck. How long it took he had no idea. Periodically he stopped and listened for my breathing. The rain did not let up as he stumbled through the gloom with only one thought in mind- get Justin to the ...