Sunrise Motor Inn
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... by bus. It was somewhat one-sided as most of the Longhorns team was sixth graders and the Rattlers were in eighth. The Longhorns played hard all game, even though at times it took two or three to tackle one of the opposition, but they lost by a very lopsided score.
The rules for 6-man football are generally the same ...
We headed out of Cody towards the South Fork of the Shoshone drainage and the town of Meeteetse.* Meeteetse is a cute little ranch town with a couple of bars, a few houses and a school. Meeteetse is known locally for its annual Labor Day rodeo and parade. Rodeo is big in this area. In the summer, Cody has a rodeo every night from June through August.
We keep going out of Meeteetse and ...
... One disadvantage of a historic hotel is that our claw foot 'slipper' tub was fine when we were taking a shower, but not really useful when we wanted to stretch our aching legs in hot water. It would help if we were contortionists, which unfortunately we are not.)
We took our evening dose of ibuprofen and hoped that our legs would feel better before tomorrow's walk/wade adventure.
... of the park and had a string of cars behind me so I could not stop for Peg to see it. I really wish she could have, she would have been as excited as I was. We also spotted a herd of buffalo before we left Teton Park. Outside of geese and ducks that was it for our critter fix.
As I alluded earlier, the route to Wapiti took us out of Jackson and North through Grand Teton Park which leads directly into Yellowstone Park. The ...
... thunder rumbling. We got back as it started to rain so decided to spend a few minutes working on a hotel reservation for the night before moving on. Dad was also able to reach his cousin while it rained.
By the time we were done, the rain had broken and we had a light snack of cheese, crackers and apple juice. We then headed into Cody to check out the Buffalo Bill Center of the Wild West. The museum was very informative, especially ...