Sunrise Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... duty flashlight with one hand and answered the door. Turns out it was just the owner of the kampgrounds and he thought we were the previous tenants. Whoever it was had checked out early but forgot to lock the door... lucky for us! He let us stay anyways. The next morning we headed to Cody, because, well, I'm a leo and had to check it out. We realky wanted to go to Yellowstone park but all the roads leading in were closed off due to the snow ...
... Wait, there's more! The Old Trail Town, a group of original and historic buildings that were taken from various places in and around Cody, and put on the original spot that Buffalo Bill chose in 1895 to be the first town site of Cody, Wy. Most of the buildings had to be completely disassembled, moved, and reassembled on the site. Inside the buildings there is a plethora of artifacts from the old west.
With all ...
... geyser, but maybe you didn't know that it isn't the tallest shooting geyser. It is the most predictable geyser, though. They know it's going to go off every 92 minutes, on average. It shoots water in the air up to about 130 ft and can last up to ten minutes. There are many hot springs all over the park, which are just pools of hot water that can range from near-boiling to boiling. There are also things called mudpots, which are similar to hot springs, except ...
... was a lot of snow last winter, slow in melting and the rivers were high when we first arrived in Cody. Lacey and I delayed making the journey until the river levels had gone down enough for the Jeep to make it across the four fords and not get washed downriver. The last 8 miles of road is one lane, steep in places, and subject to rockslides.
We managed to make all the crossings safely, though a couple of times the water was up to the ...
NOTE: The story of Steamboat is well-known throughout the state of Wyoming, but I thank Craig Johnson, author of the Longmire series of books, for his short book Spirit of Steamboat where he summarized the legend so well. I recommend the book to anyone… it's a good, short read and an outstanding story, especially if you’re a Longmire fan.
Like many a western hero, there are stories and legends about Steamboat, the historic bucking ...