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Today we ate breakfast at the Days Inn then began our search for a laundromat. The first one we stopped at only had 50% of their machines functioning, was dirty and no one talked to us. We decided to move on to the Suds 'n' Surf ... boy are we glad we did! It was clean, functional, friendly and it even had free wifi! Mom was able to upload all her camera photos while the laundry ran! Yay!
Cody is the town founded by William Frederick Cody. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, 1846-1917, was a scout, bison hunter and showman. The town has really cashed in on his fame with nightly stampede, daily shoot out in the main street and dozens of museums. Everyone wears a cowboy hat.
We started with Old Trail Town, a collection of wooden buildings gathered from all over Wyoming, plus wagons, furniture, clothes, guns etc. The actual site Buffalo Bill Cody chose for the town ...
We were a little concerned that route 14A might be closed at some point around Lovett due to signs we had seen before we crossed the mountain. We just checked with the welcome center and they said that our road is open clear to Cody, which would be our final destination for the ...
... the clouds again in the distance on the way down and visbility was about 3 car lengths. We did see a moose and about 40-50 mule deer.
Staying at a KOA in Greybull. The owners are very nice and have 2 dogs that run from the office and upstars and out on the roof to greet every camper that arrives.
Off to Cody and Yellowstone National Park in the morning.
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... F. Cody using heliodisplay technology. It was erie it was so real. The layout was super because it was chronological in a way you couldn't get out of order. It is hard to explain. I do feel I know everything there is to know about Buffalo Bill. (How much I retain is another story . ). We went to the Plains Indian Museum next which was also excellent. There were so many original artifacts, clothing was ...